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Visitors and Rams in the center of campus enjoying the. women ofWSSWs University Choir 
durinq Hontecoming Week. Pegram Haff (Cejt); Cieon F. Thompson Center {center); Cadd Grant 
O'KefCy Library (Ri^Rt); ciock. tower St peifestrion moXf. 



Winston-Salem State University 

601 Martin Luther King Jr., 

Drive 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

27110 

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Pr. Hardd L. Martin, £r. 
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WINSTON 

SALEM 
STATE 

UNIVERSITY 



Office of the Chancellor 



Dear Students: 



200 Blair Hall WINSTON -SALEM, NC 27110 
(336) 750-2041 ptione • (336) 750-2049 /(ia: • chancellorsoffice@ivssu.edu 



I salute you in the accomplishment of a great achievement as a recent graduate of 
Winston-Salem State University. You have been a part of and witness to an amazing trans- 
formation at your alma mater. You will always cherish the memories of what you have 
achieved. This yearbook captures many memorable moments of your past year at WSSU, 
moments many of you will carry in your thoughts for the rest of your lives. I know that 
the contents of this publication will grow in value over time as you recall your experience 
at WSSU. 

CXir graduates continue to have a tremendous impact in the communities in which 
they reside. They continue to exemplify the best traditions of our motto, "Enter to Learn, 
Depart to Serve." You carry that legacy with you, as well as the hopes and dreams of those 
who will come after you. You are well equipped to carry that legacy forward. I am as 
proud of your accomplishment as you are. As you transition into the global marketplace, I 
know that you will treasure the RAM tradition. Please know that our hopes for your suc- 
cess go with you. 

For you returning Rams, this yearbook vividly illustrates the excitement of the past 
year you experienced and provides a glimpse of events that could become defining 
moments in your experience at WSSU. We hope the time you have spent here has been 
both enlightening and fruitful. When you return in the fall, we will continue to deliver on 
our promise to do all we can to prepare you for the challenges ahead. 

All of you have a place of honor within the community of the university family. 
Cherish that honor. Remember: as you depart your alma mater, take your place in the 
world to serve. 



With very best regards. 



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Harold L. Martin, Sr. 
Chancellor 



Wdmcton-Salem State University is a CoNsrrruENT iNSTrrunoN of the UNrvERsrrv of North Carolina 

An Equal Opportunit*' Employer 




Dr. Fedro M^inez 
University Fra/cet & Vice Qnmcdor of Acsdemc Affairs 



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Winston-Saiem Siatt University's Board of Trustees 




Kevin Myatt 
Chairperson 




Tommy Payne 
Vice Chairperson 




Earline (Richardson 
Secretary 






Migel D. Alston 



Joseph 5. Amado 



F. 5cott Bauer 






Loretta C. Biggs 



James C. hash, 5r. 



Margaret 5. Newman 






Qloha Ross Reese 



Tommy Terrell 



Quentin DeBerry, 
50/^ President 



OountercfockiA/ise frofn rights +4 ost, JoIttx "Sftorlte O/die' CX^otns. 
SofiHofnore -loKsei|ol-t I odtnon. tl^c I_oc{«es of ^^ipl^on.t| ond "H^e 
'Brotl»crs of O/phot "Ft»« O/p^o Fi-o tcrrt ity, Inc Heft to ri'g^t) T>orrie(( 
Gregory, ICenrietft F>er»eh, Jorxotfior* Ti.or\rx, John 4-4 Limptveg, AA-ortM^ts 
Smoffs, "DeOndre A4.f(es, ond T^ogmond JTordtort. 



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OpiMQ QfiiKepfmrns, yiboui <fcJuM.aKrtieS 

CIJj£.A.<H) dud 'Deuce^okl aiieAtOiuMfiwt! 

Rmded. by SG^'s Q/iCe-Pnesidfint o(j £.xim.d 

A\j{j(Ms, j^ovdKt Pobinson. Duning f?obiKSon's 

kimyim h stated tto, "Tk. s^'s puiipose was 

to get a wide i)-anie.ty o(y ta?£ut \jhowi ^HFOU's 

a?i oi)-eAjlfo)itR(3a)iofcna Oun pomposa was to 

pnoOtdfc tRfi campus witK. an excellent out?&t \jok 

mieKiOimmt, aCbwing yoimg miKepKmms, to get 

t^ expeAietiCfc o(j fjacifototinQ and iMpteMoitatiKg 

business tuoKsactions, and to p/ioae tfcot t^ one. 

instOKCes w^ young btocfe peop?£, can get 

toge-tReft. to IjeMowsfcp without any occuwiences o(j 

\j\oimQ&. T^ s^ was a wojon success witK. oo-en 

1300 in attendance." T^ |jO?.bwing acts wane 

jyeatuned in ik. skm-. Tabited Tn Motion 

(TIM). ~Ak>^ Pfc Alpkx 5/LateAnity Inc., 

Spipfcony Mode&ng Tuoupe, 'S'oby SRojim o\j 

80's 'B'aby SnteAtaiwuent, and Snoog, (M o(j 

Sa/SSU; ^tJouse AhMSt DanCe T/ioupe o(y 

J\ioiii Goiiofcna Gentwi, UniaeJisity, Coutune 

Pnoductions o\jJlQ A6T,oiAd H^ocfe 

Mi^^iiM Mode£ing TiuDUpe ojj ^ayettel)i?,?^ 

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The Radiant Ram pageant was an event 

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. Seni( Myon ia Barrios 

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and students sen/ed as judges. 





1. Tiamttiy PuHiam & Lot lawson 2. Zerahs Argentine. 3. Ceotge Hall, III. 4. 
Hm Powell ad Montre Roh™. 5. Mi. 8 Miss Radiant Ram, 2005-2006 
Mico Collins & Zenoliia Aigentine- 6. Mi. Ram, Plnl Javies,:Mi Radiant Ram, 
Mateo Collins; Mi. Senior, Timottiy Polliam. /. A.R.T. dancer. 8. Miss Senior, Lon 
Lawson; Miss Radiant Ram, Zembia Aregetitine: Miss WSSU. Tiffany Rii^ond 




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fundraising activities sponsored 

by the Early Childhood 

Pevelopwent Center. Any child in 

the center has an opportunity to 

participate, and the boy and girl 

who raises the most money wins 

the title of Little Mr. f Miss 

RaiH. Caliph Cherry and Owari 

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Coronation 

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^alem ^tate 
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Crotuning of jlr. 




Coronation i^ befineb a& tfjc act of crotoning a 
monard). Cbcrp spring a netn feing anb quern are 

electeb tip tfje s^tubent tiobp to represfent our 
illus(trious( uniberitp. Burinf) l^omecoming toeefe, 
our monarrf)^, illr. laam anb ilisfg M^^Wi, are 

crotoneb. Coronation bratosf people from miles; 

arounb inclubing pas^t feingsf anb queensf of M^^Wi 

anb tijose tofjo map tie pas(t or preisent ropaltp from 

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§o\i are iiibiteb to tie 

Cnriianteb tip tfie iB^eabeng at 7 

o'clock in tije ebening of C^ctober 26, 

2005 at tfie I^eratetf) m. Siaiiamsi 

^utiitorium on tfje campus; of Slinsfton-/ 

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Cncliantcb 1)p tlic jjcnbciis is an imbcrstatnnrnt of fjolu 

inagttal coronation luas. itlr. ^oUp Carr anb ilrs. 
gluis di^rai' tucrr tl)c ropal ntrssfngrrs. Hittlr Mv. ^amsf 
(Duiari ISolbcn anb CalipJj Cfjfrrp anb Hittlc itliss ram, 

area iUslic, along luitf) fHiss mumxi 2005-2006, 
ills. Ijartjara Carter-^mitt) tocrc rfcog;ni?cb. Mv. 3^ant 

2004-2005, SiiUiam ^). IBottjs, 333) anb iHiss 

ai^^H 2004-2005, ilclrri)i C. ^anpanlun, bflibcrrb 

ttifir toiidjing; anb nitmorablr farrtucU sprcrijcs. 

aSJ^^U sopijomorc, Crpstal iHiles exfnlaratcb tf)c 

aubirntc luitf) a nnisical sclrction bv gospel singer, 

^olanba ^bams fjcfore tlje presentation of tfje l^pal 

Conrt. iHr. l^am, ^fjil Jfabies toas crotoneb bp 

Chancellor i^arolb 1. Martin, ^r. QTfje ambal of ilisS 

M^^Wi, nriffanp lAicfjmonb, toas an enctjanting 
experience as slje bescenbeb front rtje Ijeabens percljeb on 
a sluing, lifter fier crotoning, bv Ctjancellor iHartin anb 
fjis luife, ©abiba iHartin, QTiffanp belibereb Ijer ropal 
abbress. i^opal entertainment toas probibeb tip ^.^M. 
bancers before tfjc organisational kings anb queens toere 

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1. (Top icft Wright): Kznnak Frznch, Kicardo White., Evan Pajrish; {bottom ieft to Tight}: Jazmim Davis, Shanmn Saunikrs. 2. Royal Court 

dancing; Jason Levi'is ffi Stepfumic Rofrinson; Evan Ponisfi ffi Shanmn Sawvkrs, Uichae.1 Lewis &C Sonia Barrios; (front row): Timothy Pdliam 

and Lori Lawson; {back mw): Rionrib M'Rite &:]azmim Davis. 3 . King's Court; (top kft to riglit) Timothy Piifiont, Jason Lewis, Pftif Javies, 

Michael Lewis, Michael Brown; (Bottom Cejt to riglit): Riamfo Wfiite, Evan Pairisft. 4. Mr. Ram &c Miss WS5U. 5. Miss W55U omfMr. & 

Miss RsASi White waving to the auchence. 6. Past an<f present kings ofWSSU. 7. The Royal Com. 



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Jlaior: Clementarj) Cbucation & ^ociolog3> 
Jlometottin: posfton, illas(sfacf}usfetts^ 



laopal Court 2005-2006 




Miss 1892 
Stephanie Robinson 





Miss Red St White 
Sonia Barrios 




Mi55 Junior 
Tiffany Graves 




Miss Senior 
Lori Lawson 



Miss Sophomore 
Jazmim Davis 




Miss Treshman 
Shannen Saunders 



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Mr. 1892 
Jason Lewis 




Mr. Junior 
Mkhati Brown 




Mr. Reef &: White 
Michatt Lewis 




Mr. Sofiiomort 
Kicardo Wkitej Jr. 




Mr. 5mior 
TimotHy Fuliiam 




Mr. Fresfiman 
Evan Panisk 



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O^rgam^ational Icings; $c (Bnttm 2005-2006 




Mr. Black Men for Change 

Weyling White 

Escort: Crystal Brown 



Miss Kappa Omicron Tau 

JaOuinta Smith 
Escort: Thomas Atwater 



Mr. & Miss Gleason-Hairston 

Terrace 

George Hall, III S- Kecla 

Page 



Miss Phi Beta Sigma 

Artecca Eccles 
Escort: Dontae Lasslter 




Miss Mu EpsUon 

Sierra Bryant 

Escort: Stanley Armstrong 



Miss Omega Psi Phi 

Samantha Green 
Escort: Jaiden Miskel 



Mr. & Miss Physical 

Education &■ Exercise Science 
Brett Lindquist &■ Tia Webb 



Miss Chi Chi Beta 

Faith Royal 
Escort: Marcus Eastrich 




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Mr. & Miss Ram Ambassador 

Frankle Shaw, Jr. & Ashley 

Ray 



Miss Gerontology Qub 

Sonya Parson 
Escort: Rayford Morris 



Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 

Ja'Centa Wade 
Escort: Larry Bennett 



Mr. &■ Miss Campus Pals 

William Hartiess &■ Kierra 

Payne 



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Mr. & Miss Honors Program 

Kevin Bryant &■ Brianna 

Graham 



Miss Atkins Hall 
Shannon Williams 



Mr. I? Miss Health Occupations 

& Career Opportunities 

Amond Diclfens &■ Mikki 

Caldwell 



Mr. (f Miss Brown Hall 

Oscar Ball &■ Whitney 

Montouth 




Mr. &■ Miss Therapeutic 

Recreation Qub 

Mark Kato &■ Candi Harper 



Mr. &■ Miss WSSU Bacchus &■ 

Gamma Peer Health 

Educators 

Jayla Gordon &■ Marsalts 

James 



Miss Delta Sigma Theta 

Deona Cureton 
Escort: Montre ' Robinson 



Mr. & Miss Resident Assistant 

Association 

Michael Craig &• Kareema 

Walker 




Mr. &■ Miss Wilson Hall 
Kenny Earns if Tyra Bell 



Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 

Holly Price 

Escort: Anthony Jones 



Miss Black 6" Gold 

Carmen Robinson 

Escort: Kasseem Smith 



Miss Delta Chi 

Juliana Wright 

Escort: Keaton Brockman 



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Miss NASO 
Sandra Gamett 



Miss Dillard Hall 

Shanice Javies 

Escort: Christopher Thome 



Mr. &■ Miss Pre-Alumni 

Council 

Luis Panto/a & Camisha 

Chambers 



Miss Student International 

Association 

Sangeeta Ramroop 

Escort: Stanton Thompson 




Mr. &■ Miss Rams Commons 

Joseph Drayton &■ Ashlelgh 

Taylor 



Miss University Cheerleader 

Keiko Pumell 

Escort: Montre ' Robinson 



Miss Zeta Phi Beta 

Nakecia Broadnay 

Escort: Kristopher Glenn 



Miss Psychology Oub 

Crystal Newkirk 
Escort: Timothy Dunn 




Miss Chi Eta Phi 
Shanise Scruggs 



Miss Pi Gamma Mu 

Ashley Ward 
Escort: Joshua Bryant 



Mr. (f Miss Mozik Modeling 

Troupe 

Darin Wimbushjohnson &• 

Vortnda Guillory 



Mr. & Miss National 

Association for Black 

Accountants 

Anthony Neal & Lisa Corbett 



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(!^rpni?ational lyings Sc (iSueens 2005-2006 




Mr. &• Miss Sports 

Management Oub 

Charles Noel, III & Candace 

Marsh 



Mr. 6" Miss Radiant Ram 

Marco Collins If Zenobia 

Argentine 



Mr. &• Miss Campus Activities 

Board 

Steven Osbom tf Tiffany 

Tamer 



Mr. if Miss Phi Beta Lambda 

Christopher Paschal if 

Latonya Bennett 




Mr. & Miss Epiphany 

Modeling Troupe 

Jonathan Everette if Charlie 

Mines 



Miss Moore Hall 

Nicole Martin 

Escort: Rodney Leake 



Miss Model United Nations 

Julia Campbell 

Escort: Carlton Nettles 



Mr. If Miss National Association for 

the Advancement of Colored People 

Michael Pyant tf Jennifer Henry 




Miss Beta Lambda 

Tlffini Qaybom 

Escort: Jerelle Carter 



Miss Gamma Phi 

Shannon Davis 

Escort: Jerelle Carter 



Mr. if Miss Northern 

Connection 

Montague Lewis if Mysteena 

Saunders 



Miss Omega Chapter of Zeta 

Phi Beta 

Breeahn Powell 

Escort: Anton Taft 



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rulxs Min- (tu-mlvm of ilu- idus nfl'^is. |)r ),iy (,'(i'iu«iii 

('nnu'. ^KUiui»|(UiTi>f \\'iii.«um vSiili-m .Suiu- lliinrmiv 

(iniiutT |)r. .Sirmm Cntn Aikiiw. wm the ki'vrun»' spinkci 

/or Ilk- iK-fiwioti. ITu- W'SSll lliii»'iTsiiv Cdoir mmji .it-ii-iul 

mufKtil .«<'lt'(°iioii.«. 

Amiiiul AluriiMi Ailiii'\iT AuimLi wrre ynMnwiibv 

llimufllor Martin m .\fr. )m M. Iliut^wi «b (I'lilU-^i- of 

Arti A .Scifiiff ), Ml. Rivo 1.. Hnm-ri o« {S<lh\4 of Uu.«imvw 

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vii'iui-.s). liuli hIu\^ aiui colli'ifi' o( i(u' iinivrniiiv ,«tf(fri.« 

oiu' luMioivf. I )iMu>n'f.« im' tx'iiHpiucd bo-vd tm caivcr 

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Statue Unvdling and Pedestrian Mail 
Dedication 







Fiirfim; Hcntfi King, n nmive 0/ 

H'iii.s'lon-.Sflfcin mid iitt inlcmaiiomdy- 

a-kiuwii scufpior, was m ftaiuf for t/tc 

imvcifiitg of ficr woi^ oj art -- tAe 

stmui' o/Or. 5iinott Green Atfeiiw. 

M5. King has been coTn(ni.«ioncrf to 

crcuif more tftnn 3(H) ficces, sonic 0/ 

which arc focnicd ni sites in VV'iaston- 

Saiem such as Affegocy Credit Union 

and Wake Forest llnix'ersity SchcKi( of 

Medicine's Bou'man Gray Piaza. 

Itie riuiffjifls (Ttaieda pedestrimi- 

liiemffv campus and^w afso liome 10 n 

foiir-fiuedcfixfe toM'er, u'dicli includes 

inspirationnf quotes fmm Dr. .Simon G. 

Aifeins, Or. Henjamin K. Mays, [>. 

iVliiyn Angefoii, anif Dr. HanyidL. 

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1. Miss WSSU and friends Amdnda 

Barrios and Zenobia Argentine. 2. 

Amon II. 3. Tiffany Turner, aiwoys witfi a 

smile. 4. Mr. Ram and sister, Sharice 

Javies, with Amon 11. 5. Latoya Booker. 

6. Shalonda Ingram 7. Men of the 

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This vias's cc^nclrt, iiostud 
us ll-Dtmi (WSSU), H I istb 

tltHVOM: WtIO /^TTtMJtb. 
Ol* OWN IlMiV SnaSM OPtNLb 

Ttit snow AM) 111 r w Ttir 

CROWD aW4V R4RMNG NtR 

siNGirs "Movr" and 
"AiiscLts Up". Rams hit mt 
"Uan Wit' It. Roc Wit' It" 

WITH DtM rRANCIItSt boss 

urcausf. wt kKtow "On I 
TtiNK Jntv Lii At." 3-6 

MAm PtRrORMtD SOMt OLD 

HITS AND "Gotta Stas Tls". 

Lvft JtNNNGS WON Tilt LADtS 

O'm bS RtKfOdMING MOST Of 

THt SINGLES ON tItS iLblM 

"26fi~l?2". TfiE GAME 

ftP.rO*JMED HIS ONDtRGROlND HIT 

" 300 Bars" am) the crossd 

WAS SUTH HIM ON EVtRS VERSE 
or THE 15 MINUTE SINGLE, ft 
ALSO RERfORjMED "HaTE It 0* 

Lost It", "Dreams" and 
"Westsde Stc«v". 

ir vou mbsed this esent, 
s'ot missed a great show. 



1, 10, 13. Lyfe Jennings singing while the ladies accompany him 

on the tracks. 2.Three 6 Mafia s DJ Paul. 3, 1 1 . WSSU's Baby 
Sharm . 4. WSSU's B-Doht hosting the concert. 5. Pimpin of Dem 
Franchise Boys. 6. The GAME and the crowd. 7, 12. The GAME. 
S.Crunchy Black of Three 6 Mafia. 




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The Miss AiaUMNi 

G0NTEST IS ©PEN 
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AiaUMNL Members 

Mrs Barbara 

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Miss XisUMNI 2005 
2006 BY 

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Martin and Miss 

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Clockwise from top right: Crowning of Miss Alumni 2005-2006; Mr. & Mrs. Smitli before the 

ceremony; Mrs. Davida Martin and Miss Alumni taking a moment to capture memories; 2005 

Former Queens Chapter President, Mrs. Alice McNeil ond husband; Miss Alumni after crownini 

with her husband; Miss Alumni 2004-2005 and husband; " A little dancing and maybe some 

Electric Slide, too"; Mrs. Carter-Smith after crowning sits on her throne. 



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Marshals, Teddy Blunt & Timmy Newsome. 3. Mozik Modeling 
Troupe. 4. Steven Osborn & Tiffany Turner. 5. Ram mascot. 6. 

Miss WSSU and Royal Court. 7. Student Government Association. 
8. Drum majors Chris Jennings & Phillip Kelley. 9. Chancellor & 
Mrs. Martin. 10. 2006 Senior Class Council. 11. Mr. Ram and 
Royal Court. 



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team played a great 

game against St. 

Augustine and 

enjoyed the crowds 

support. Running 

bade Jerrick Jed* 

Bines, quarterbacic 

Monte Purvis, 

defensive bacit 

DeRon Middleton 

and other Rams 

kept the Fak:ons on 

their toes. The 
Rams defense and 
offense played well 
on both sides of the 
line to win a close 
game. Final score: 
35-33. 



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1. Offensive line takes a time out. 2. Mignon Turner, Miss WSSU 2003- 
2004 and the first Miss CIAA 2004, and friends. 3. Miss WSSU 2005- 
2006. 4. The WSSU Marching Band. 5. Quarterback Monte Purvis. 
6. Rams defensive line take down a Falcon. 7. Defensive back, 
DeRon Middleton caught in action. 8. Running back, Jed Bines 
takes the ball into the end zone. ..TOUCHDOWN RAMS! 9. Varsity 
cheerleaders strut their stuff. 10. WSSU Marching Band ready for 

halftime. show 11. Mr Ram & Miss WSSU and their Royal Courts. 12. 

Rams defense stops a Falcon . 13. Ladies of Scarlet Lace. 14. Miss 
WSSU 2004-2005, Kelechi Anyanwu. 15. Members of Scarlet Lace 

getting ready for their halftime entrance, 1 7. Offensive line ready 
for ploy. 18. Varsity cheerleaders with Mr. Ram and Amon II. 19. 

Crowd tuned into the game. 20. Kicker Matt Hind (7) kicks with the 
help of quarterback Eric DelRio (13). 



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It's all about the Divine Nine, and they 

brought creativity to the step show, This 

year, the event sold out, with the 

support of frats onc^orors from other 

schools. If you miss§^jt, you missed thi 

05! The crowd wi 

truly entertaJ^B. Alpha Phi Alpha 

^^n first place among 
fraternities^d Delta Sigma Theto 
Sororily, Inc. took the title for the 



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5. Brandi Watkins. 6. Michael Hardee. 7. Matthew Warren. 8. Bernard Woods, 

9. Marcus Smalls, 10, Tia Harris. 11. Clarissa Knotts. 12. Kenneth French. 



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The many talented 

faces of WSSU 
faculty, staff and 

students who 
shared their love of 

gospel music 
through song. The 

University Choir 

touched friends and 

family attending 

the concert. 

If you missed this 

v/onderful event, be 

sure to catch it next 

year. 



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Joyner, host of the nationally 

syndicated "Tom Joyner 

Morning Show", delighted the 

crowd as host and R&B legends 

The Whispers sang the hits and 

showcased the moves that made 

them stars. 




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Homecoming Memories 







What was your favorite Homecoming event? 

A. Step Show 

B. Concert 

C. Football game 

D. Coronation 

E. Other (Please specify) 

Comments: 








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Cfjancellor'sf ||olibap 




First Lady Davida Martin 




Beautiful smiles for 
the camera. 



Tine crowd was 

entertained with 

soulful lyrics. 



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She helped get the party 
started. 



Chancellor Martin took time to thank 

everyone for their attendance and to wish 

happy hoiidays to ali. 




The holiday spirit moves 
everyone. 



Winston-Salem State University's Campus 

Police Captain Marcus Sutton and his lovely 

wife take a minute to capture a moment. 



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Winslon-Scdem State University's motto is "Enter to Learn ... Depart to ^erve", 

which mem6ers of the fail 2005 commencement ciass prcparecf to do at tlieir 

December ^nuiiiation ceremony. Seniors refieaed and remembered and rtioiced and 

rcminiscecf witfv eacfi otfier as tHeir time at WS5U came to an en£ What a joyoas 

occasion it is to rcaCize tfte cuCminotion of a goat and the beginning of anew 

diapter in Cije. Tfie speaker for Tail Commencement 2005 was Waclxovia 

Executive Vice-Presi(ient D. Hector McEocfiem. 





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"And sht shaii be your queen. " Stephanie Robinson was crowned Miss Winsion-Scdem Suae 

University at tfie Reef &: Wfiite Bcdi smrounded by f amity and friends on February 11, 2006. 5fxe 

atso received support and tovefrom WSSU siaff members andher sororiry sisters ofDetta Sigma Theta 

Sorority, Inc. Miss W55U 2004-2005; Ketecfii Anyanwu, came out to congramtate Stephanie. 

Robinson's Royat Court was with, her every step of the way. A great time was had by alt! 



Banquet 







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Cdebrating With 

Stephanie 







Meeting t/te author. 




K&ading is jundamentai. 





Bemice Kin^, daughter oj Martin Luther 

King, Jr.; was in Winston-Soiem jbr tfte 

Martin Luther Kinq, Jr. Daj ceCeBrotions. 

5fie signed copies of her book in Di^^s 

GofCery on tAe campus oJ W551I. 



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Reciting his monologue 



Top right: Student 

Government Association 

President Quentin DeBerry with 

Phil. 





From left to right: Mr. Rom 2004-2005, William 

Dobbs: Mr, Ram advisor, Thee Howard; Mr. Ram 

2005-2006, Phil Jovies. 



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Showing his sense of humor. 



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Theo Howard and comedy show promoter 
Tracy Wiggs strike a pose before the show. 



Spring Q®meov 
Show 



We've all heard that humor is good for 

the soul, but when you put Pierre and Roz- 

G on the same stage, it can get a little 

DANGEROUS! It was definitely a mistake 

to miss their comedy because the 

laughter didn't stop when the show 

ended. 




Pierre entertaining the crowd with 

one of his many hilarious jol<es 

that l<ept the audience wanting 

more 



Roz-G doing what she does best ■ 
her comedy. 



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Someone from the crowd was 
definitely filled with ioughter. 



Phil Javies and the DJ making sure the 
musice hypes the crowd. 



Dancers show U'55U students their 
talent 




ZuCu Power 



Umdabu dancers performecf ai W55LI 

during Biack History Month. Students took 

the opportuTtity to fcam mw things during 

the performance. 







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NON-NATIONAL PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL 

STEP SHOW 



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TO FAME 



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PEOPLE OF ALL AGES 
ENJOYED THE SHOW 



EXTRA SECURITY WAS NEEDED 

AS EVERYONE TRIED TO GET A 

PICTURE OF FREE. 





FUTURE AND 

PRESENT GREEK 

STEPPERS 



Union Baptist steppers 
of Winston-Salem, NC 
stepped up the show. 



Darnell Gregory and Raymond 

Jordan of Alpha Phi Alpha 

Fraternity, Inc. in the middle of 

"party hopping". 



THE WINNERS OF THE SHOW, 

KAPPA KAPPA , 

ENJOY THEIR VICTORY PICTURE WITH 

FREE 





Phillip Kelley of 

Kappa Kappa Psi 

Fraternity, Inc. 




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Student Ga/ecm\mt C3mmqr\ 




Candrice Nolan 
Secretary of Judicial Affairs 



Wo Will represent tfe student body during 
tfe 2006-2007 akii year? 



It's that fme of yea" sq^n vJcen studerrt 

carpaynng 6 the most talked about eajs on 

cavpue. Mo5t students thrk that ebctois 

are nothr^ but a pcpiiarrty contest Ths year, 

candidates are tryrg to char^ that i/iew 
pont. Here are sane of the students runng 
for off ce n student gcvernment and eati one 

wants yor vote to get them elected. 




Kareema Walker 
Secretary of Judicial Affairs 




Quentin DeBerry 
SGA President 



Thomas Jenkins 
SGA President 



Frankie Shaw 
SGA Treasurer 







Chris Sifford 
Secretary of Judicial Affairs 




Krystal Bollard 
Executive Secretary 



Terrell Stephens Corey Toole 

Vice President of Internal Affairs Vice President of Internal Affairs 



Onyinyechi Anyanwu 
I Vice President of External Affairs 




Ricardo White 
Vice President of External Affairs 



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Jeryl Jacobs 
MissWSSU 




Julia Campbell 
Miss Senior 




Alece Oxendine 

Junior Class 

President 



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Deon Goode 
Miss Junior 




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Tiffany Turner 
MissWSSU 




Tameeka Collins 
Miss Senior 




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Sheena Baker 

Junior Class Vice 

President 




Amber Jefferson 
Miss Junior 




Carnella Alston Tanya Purdie 

Junior Class Representative Sophomore Class President 





Thesha Woodley 
MissWSSU 



Jason Lewis 
Mr. Ram 





Tiffany Graves 
Miss Senior 



Nicole Lee 
Miss Senior 




Shirlette Chambers 

Senior Class 

Representative 





Shadonna Boyd 
Miss Junior 



Dawn Ellington 
Miss Junior 






Courtney Turner 
Miss Junior 



Montavius Carson 
Mr. Junior 



Shinora Grayson 
Junior Class Treasurer 






Rashawn Grissom 
Miss Sophomore 



Kecia Page 
Miss Sophomore 



Laketa Keel 
Sophomore Class Secretary 



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And 

the 
Winners of 

SGA ^ 
positions 

are^ 



Quentin DeBerry 
Student Government 
Association President 





Chris Sifford 
Secretary of Judicial Affairs 




Tiffany Turner 

Miss Winston-Salem State 

University 





Krystal Bullard 
Executive Secretary 




Jason Lewis 

Mr. Winston-Salem State 

University 



Terrell Stephens 

Vice President of Internal 

Affairs 




Rico White 

Vice President of External 

Affairs 




Frankie Shaw 
Treasurer 



Not pictured: Senior Class Vice 
President: Kemia Davis; Senior 
Class Secretary: Thea Jones 




Alece Oxendine 
Junior Class President 




IVIontavius Carson 
Mr. Junior 




Tanya Purdie 
Sophomore Class President 




Tiffany Graves 
Miss Senior 




Sheena Baker 
Junior Class Vice President 




Shinora Grayson 
Junior Class Treasurer 




LaKeta Keel 
Sophomore Class Secretary 




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Shirlette Chambers 
Senior Class Representative 




Courtney Turner 
Miss Junior 




Cornelia Alston 
Junior Class Representative 




Kecia Page 
Miss Sophomore 



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Modeling Troupe. 
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WSSU's John "Sportie Oldie" 

Adams hosted the show and 

encouraged support from both 

sides. 




hris Jennings of WSSU's Beta 
lota chapter of Alpha Phi 
Ipaha Fraternity, Inc. showed 
he crowed how the Ice Cold . 
Brothers party hop. 



Students from both universities exhibited much pride in 

and support for the acts that represented them at 

Kenneth R. Wilhams Auditorium. 



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Left: Montavius Carson 

and Jarren Spruill, 

members of WSSU's 

Delta Chi chapter of 

Kappa Alpha Psi 

Fraternity, Inc. 

Below: The lovely ladies 

of Epiphany caught in a 

talented moment 



The First Annual Aggie-Ram Concoction 



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The old rivalry between WSSU 
and NC A&T was resurrected 
when WSSU'S Talented In 
Motion (T.I.M) and NC 
A&T's Couture Troupe danced 
off in the First Annual Aggie- 
Ram Concoction. 

A battle of the DJ's also took 

place between WSSU'S 

Brandon "DJ 

Cuttz" Duckett 

and NC A&T's "DJ 

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shared in the 

event, as Alpha 

Phi Alpha 
Fraternity, Inc. 
of WSSU and 
Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity, Inc. 
ofNC A&T 
hopped a little 

bit. 

Finally, the best was saved for 

last. NC A&T's Verge 

Modeling Troup walked 

against WSSU'S Epiphany 

Model Troupe and walked 

away with the title of winners 

of the First Annual Aggie-Ram 

Concoction! 



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alley's Come~f eaturing 
John Amos 





Amos is most recognized 

for his roles in the 
television sitcom "Good 
Times", and as the adult 
Kunta Kinte in the mini- 
series "Roots", as well as 
roles in movies such as 

"Die Hard 2" and 
"Coming to America" 



Amos' character reflects 
upon his first observation 

of the comet in 1910 

when he was 1 1 years old. 

He shares his memories 

and takes the audience 

through two world wars, 

the golden age of radio, 

romance, and the civil 

rights movement. 



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JivLRSiTv CnoiR Spring ZOOS Tour 
Wrap-up 



The UNivtRsiTv Choir, und^r the. direction or JMrs. 

DWalla I^urke., traveled to eight cities that 

INCLUDED Baltimore, MD; Washington, DC; Newark, 

NJ: New Vork, NV; Bridgeport, CT: Philadelphia, 

PA; Kansas Citv, MO; Chicago Heights, IL; and 

Cleveland, OH. Churches were the locations oe 

PEREORMANCE DURING THE TOUR. ThE CHOIR PEEORlMED 
EOR THE STUDENT BODV IN DlLLARD AUDITIORIUM AETER 
THE TOUR WAS COMPLETED. 



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The University Choir 



Ram's Choke 
Awards 



It's not just for seniors this 

time - its for the entire 

student body. Campus 

Activities Board (CAB) 

sponsored the event and left 

the choices for winners up to 

Ram students. 

For entertainmemt, The 

Generation of Amazing 

Models and Entertainers 

(G.A.M.E.) dance troupe, 

The TRUTH, opened the 

show and models performed 

during intermission. A great 

turnout supported the work 

of CAB member, and 

freshman coordinator 

Wesley Hayes. It was 

all worth it! 



Categories and Winners: 

Best Smile 

Jason Lewis 

Cutest Couple 

Tiffany Richmond & DJ Perry 

Hype St Freshman 

Harold "Big Hershey" Nichols 

Hypest Junior 

Tiffany Turner 

Administrator of the Year 

Chancellor Martin 

Office of the Year 

Student Activities 

Most Helpful 

Alece Oxendine 

P artier Of The Year 

Harold "Big Hershey" Nichols 

Best Looking Mate 

Darnell Gregor)' 

Most Artistic 

Mason Parker 

Most Likely to Succeed 

Phil Javies 

Sense Of Humor 

Brian "B-Dhat" McLaughlin 

Class of The Year 

Sophomore 

Hypest Sophomore 

Shakara Hayes 

Hypest Senior 

Phil Javies 

Professor of the Year 

Larry Little 

Best Looking Female 

Ashley Ward 

Most Athletic 

Alleggrie Guinn 

Best Dressed 

Kenny Farris 





Joshua Blackwell takes a 

minute to say a few words 

on behalf of CAB, 



CAB members present Mrs. Young with a plaque. 



1. 

Dary "Wood" 

Morris and 

Brittany Finger. 2. 

Ashleigh Graham 

3. Courtney Bohannon, 

Dominic Totten and 

Tiffany 

Richmond. f 




Ms. Dale Williams and 

Wesley Hayes 5. Lori Lawson 

6. Philjavies 7. Alisha Scivens 8. 

Joseph Williams 9. CAB members 

present president Aimee Thomas with 

plaque. 10. The TRUTH dancers. 

II. Antonia Logan and Terrance 

Holley. 12. Terrice 

Morgan 




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IMr XN9 Miss Winst©n 

SXIaBM §TA,TE 

University Sh©wgase 



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Miss MHggntestants 

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Above left: William Dobbs and Deona Cureton served as master 
and mistress of ceremonies. Above right: Contestants Theslia 

Woodiey, Tiffany Turner, Jeriy Jacobs and Jason Lev\/is With iVlr. & 
Miss WSSU, Phii Jovies and Stephanie Robinson. Above: A.R.T. 

dancers. 



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OURIN6 THE 

9A.NGE 

INTR0DUQTI0N 



TiFFXNY Turner 

OURINO THE 

QUESTIQN 

SESSI0N 0F THE 

SHQWGXSE 




Far left: 
Jason Lewis 

giving his 
monologue. 

Left: Phil 
Javies and 

Stephanie 

Robinson 



Thesha Woodley in formal wear. 





Tiffany Turner in formal wear. 




jerly Jacobs in formal wear. 





Jerly Jacobs and Tiffany Turner during their 
monologues, 



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Mr & Miss WSSU Sh@wga.se 



Jason Lewis and Thesha Woodley during their 
monologues. 




Jason Lewis and his escort in 

the formai wear portion of the 

showcase. 





Right: Jerly Jacobs showcasing her dance 
taient. Above: Tiffany Turner and Jason Lewis 
dancing during the 70's-themed introduction 



Mr & Miss WSSU Shqwgxse 



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Tiffany and Thesa showcasing their taients. 



Above: Thesha, in fornnal wear, was escorted by 

her father. Below: Thesha during the 70's 

introduction. 





Mignon Turner (Miss WSSU 2003-2004), Phil Javles and 
Kelechi Anyonwu (Miss WSSU 2004-2005). 

Mr & Miss WSSU Shqwgxse 



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Right: Tiffany with sister IVlignon and their 
mother, Below: Thesha and her parents. 





Right: Phil and Jason during the question 

portion of the showcase, 

Below: Jerly with her family and close friend 





Stephanie Robinson and Tiffany Turner after 
the showcase, 

Mr & Miss WSSU Sh©wg\se 




Chancellor Martin and Dr. Berry 



Dr. Martinez, Chancellor 
Martin. Dr. Berry. President 
Bowles, and Mr. Myatt 



It's finally over: 





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University banner 

Graduates of the Business 
Department 



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Commencement 



WSSU's 114th Spring 

Commencement exercises 

were held at Lawrence Joel 

Veterans Memorial Coliseum 

at 9:45 a.m. on Saturday, May 

6th. Dr. Mary Frances Berry, 

Geraldine R. Segal professor 

of American Social Thought 

and professor of History at 

the University of 

Pennsylvania, was the 

keynote speaker. Erskine 

Bowles, president of the 

University of North Carolina 

system, also attended. 
Daphne Ellis, a nursing major 

from Fayetteville. NC 
received commission as a 2nd 



Lieutenant in the United States 

Army and has been assigned to 

the Army Nurse Corps. 

Molecular biology major 

Shannon Jones of Roper, NC 

posted the highest cumulative 

GPA of the 2006 class with a 3.9. 

She will enroll in the University 

of North CaroHna's Ph.D. 

toxicology program in the fall. 

More than 77 percent of the 

graduates received baccalaureate 

and masters degrees in the 

sciences, math and other 

technical fields. 



Dr. Mary Frances Berry 




Graduation is going down! 



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Left: Chancellor 
Martin shares a 
laugh with Dr. 
Berry. Right: A 
time for smiles 
before going into 

the 

commencement 

exercise. 





Above: Conceit band members. Left: Faculty and 

staff. Below left: Graduates read the program booklet. 

Below right: Ms. Cole helps Quentin DeBerry with 

his speech. 





Left: Sopranos of the University 

Choir. 

Below left: President Bowles. 

Below right: We are now graduates 

ofWSSU! 




Right: Brian McLaughlin in his alumni 

t-shirt. Below: Graduates anxiously 

wait for their dismissal. 





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Being a RAM is 
a way of life... 



The Class of 
2006 took 
the motto 
"Enter To 
Learn... 
Depart to 
Serve" to 
the next 

level 
beginning 

on page 72 



The 
sophonnore 

class of 

2008 show 

their faces 

on page 

100. 

Pictured: 
Antonio Logan, 

Tyro Beli ond 
Shokora Hoyes 





Up next ore 
the juniors, 

\nY\o will take 

over in 2007. 

Check them 
out starting 

on page 94. 




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Students of 
WSSU with 

Student 

Govenment 

Association 

President, 

Quentin 

DeBerry 





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entrace on 


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Peake catch up on their 


the 


studies. Right: Crystal 


Freshman 


Winston and Will Hortless 


Class of 


always willing to smile for 


2009. 


the camera. 


Pictured: Brittany 




DeShieldsand 




Monique 




McDowell 







Right: William "Billy" Dobbs and 

Brian "BDaht" McLaughlin taking a 

minute for a picture. 

Bottom; Timothy Pulliam, Alece 

Oxendine, and Kevin High at CIAA 

2006 in Charlotte, NC at Bobcats 

Arena 





Being a RAM is somethingi no one 

understands unless they are or have been. 

one. We have the worlds best and hardest 

working chanceiior in America, and Rams 

past, present, and future have more spirit 

than any college or university. 



People 



VVSSU was ranked #1 among top 

Southem public comprehensive 

colleges - bachelors caegory in Us. 

News and World Report best colleges 

issues form 2002-2005. 



Esvan 

Parrish 

taking a 

moment 

to flash 

that 

Kodak 

smile. 



So, in the words of a school pep 
song thats been passed down 
through the ages - Its so hard to be 
a Ram! 



Wiz haViz Cntdnzd to 

L>szarn...Now Ifzt^s 

'Djzpart to SsziVjz 



Senior year is the most 

exciting time of one's 

college career while, at 

the same time, one of the 

saddest. Homecomings 

have come and gone, 

some friends have left 

too early, parties have 

been the best, and shows 

on campus have been 

most entertaining. 

Memories have been 

created, and the seeds of 

life-long friendships been 

planted and nurtured at 

Winston-Salem State 



University. The 

graduating class of 2006 

remembers when there 

wasn't a pedestrian MaU 

and the Divine Nine plots 

were in different 
locations they have had 

the experience of a 
lifetime and now the real 
world awaits them. 




Left to right: Seniors and members of Alpine Phi Alpha 
Fraternity, Inc. Tojuan Mills, Marcus Smalls and John 
Humphrey during the Greek Showcase luncheon. 





Left: Kenneth 
French 



WSSU graduate 
and seniors (left 
to right): Ashley 
Biacl<tree "05, 
Ariel Goodman 

"05, Tiffany 
Richmond "06 
and Carmen 
Robinson "06, 




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bit longer... 



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recap on 
page 90 



and the 

winners of 

Senior 

Superlatives. 

page 92 



"Reading is Fundamentai", 

Top ieft to right: Joramial 

Lee, Lotoya Blacl<burn, 

Tiffany Cash; Bottom left to 

right: Lori Lawson, Kristen 

Cheatwood and Tanya 

Karpeh 



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Desmond Adams 


Kanita Adams 


Bassam Al Drubi 


Jamual Alexander 


Shundra Alexander 


Sociology 


Business Management 


Accounting & M.I.S. 


Business 


Exercise Science 


Durham, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Clemmons, NC 


High Point, NC 


Jacksonville, NC 




Kimberely Artis 




Takeisha Baker 


Leon Baptiste 


Samuel Baptiste 


Exercise Science 


Roshika Bacote 


Nursing 


Computer Science 


Occupational Therapy 


Ahoskie, NC 




Raeford, NC 


Fayetteville. NC 


Fayetteville, NC 




Courtney Barfield 


Jennifer Barksdale 


Ravmond Barksdale 


Danisha Bamer 


Sonia Barrios 


Sociology 


Biology 


Financial Services 


Nursing 


Mass Communications 


Elm City, NC 


Charlotte. NC 


Charlotte. NC 


Winston-Salem. NC 


Raleigh. NC 




Danisha Baughan 
Political Science 
Mocksville. NC 



RaSheika Bell 

Sociology 
Charlotte, NC 



LaTanya Bennett 

Accounting & M.I.S. 

Greensboro, NC 



Erin Berkley 

Accounting 

Whiteville, NC 



Shameka Best 

Gerontology 

Greensboro, NC 



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What words of advice would you leave who will graduate after the class of 

2006? 

"Take our motto "Enter to Learn, Depart to Serve" and instill it in your 

heart along with the wonderful memories you make each and every day. " 

- Carlton Nettles, Senior Class President 




Charles Black 

Economics 

New Orleans. L\ 



Shana Blair 

Psychology 
Winston- Salem, NC 



Tiffany Booker 

Clinical Lab Studies 

Goldsboro. NC 



Lisa Boone 

Mass Communications 

Sanford. NC 



Manduela Bordeaux 
Winston-Salem. NC 




Lauren Boyce 

Sports Management 

Greensboro, NC 



Ayrrecia Boyd 

Fin. Services & Economics 

Charlotte, NC 



Khr>'stal Boyd 

Computer Science 

Charlotte, NC 



Charlie Bowers 

Business 
Charlotte. NC 



Candance Brandon 

Psychology 

Charlotte, NC 




Rashonda Bridges 
Rehabilitation Studies 
Kings Mountain, NC 



Antonio Broady 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Favetteville, NC 



Shari Brockington 

Mathematics 
Red Springs, NC 



Anastashia Brown 

Mass Communications 

Camden, SC 



Lauren Burgin 
Exercise Science 



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Ashly Burrell 
Business Admin. 
Greensboro, NC 



TifTany Carr 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Kriten Cheatwood 

Psychology 

Wilmington, Delware 



Brandy Byers 

Business Admin. 

Charlotte. NC 



Nikki Campbell 
Charlotte, NC 



Ryan Campbell 



Nikia Can- 
Computer Science 
Roberson, NC 




Capric Carter 
New Bern, NC 



Tiffany Cash 

Mass Communications 
Washington, DC 



Camisha Chambers 

Business 

Marshville, NC 



Emmanuel Charles 
Kemersville, NC 




Acobe Cheek 



NeTasha Clark 

Chemistry 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Patrick Clark 

Computer Science 

Wadesboro, NC 



Clifford Clarke 




Loren Clay 
E.xercise Science 
Greensboro, NC 



Tiffini CI ay bom 
Math & Special Ed. 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Lashayna Clemmons 
Durham, NC 



Nakia Cohen 

Nursing 

Qemmons, NC 



Shemeter Collins 

Occupational Therapy 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Stephanie Collins 

Nursing 

Westfield. NC 



Patricia Commander 

English 

Jacksonville. NC 



Stephanie Cornelius 

Biology 

Charlotte. NC 



Adrianne Covington 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Monroe. NC 



Rannard Crawley 
Midlothian, VA 




Leander Croker 

History 

Davton, OH 



Desiree Crump 

Nursing 
Lexington, NC 



Devin Cuffee 

History 
Virginia Beach. VA 



Deona Cureton 

English & Political Sci. 

Charlotte, NC 



Bridgett Cuthbertson 

Chemistry 

Salisbury, NC 




Knstyn Daney 

Computer Science 

New York. New York 



Dorothy Daniels 

Birth-Kindergarten Ed. 

Kemersville. NC 



Tomeka Daniels 
Computer Science 
Wilmington, NC 



Omowale" Davis 

Nursing 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Truemellow Davis 
Psychology 
Dudley. NC 




Yolanda Davis 

Biology 
WhiteviUe, NC 



Seneca Davidson 
Clinical Lab Studies 



Curtis Dawkins 

Psychology 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Lakiesha Dawkins 



Dori Deese 

Sociology 

Monroe, NC 



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Jennifer Dewberry 


Jamie Dixon 




William Dobbs 


Nursing 


Sports Management 


James Dobbins 


Mass Communications 


Knightdale, NC 


Greenville, NC 




Waxhaw, NC 



Crystal Drummer 

Nursing 

Charlotte. NC 



Chequita Evans 

Nursing 
Warrenton, NC 



Allison Draper 

Therapeutic Recreation 

Winston-Salem, NC 




TifFany Dunlap 

Nursing 
Kemersville, NC 



Erica Dunn 

Mass Communications 
Wilson, NC 



Daphne Ellis 

Nursing 

Favetteville, NC 



Jeremiah Erby 

Economics & Bus.Admin. 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Deanna Everett 

Vocation Rehabilitation 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Haley Feemster 
Cramerton, NC 



Brian Ferguson 
Mass Communications 
Hilton Head Island, SC 



Jalon Fisher 
Kemersville, NC 




Robyn Royd 

Mass Communications 

Lumberton, NC 



Alvin Forrest 



Brian Foster 

Sports Management 

Etowah, NC 



Ebone' Foster 

Physical Education 

Henderson, NC 



Jade Foster 

Business Administration 

Brooklyn, NY 



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Kenneth French 


Latoya Gardner 


Kevin Garland 


LaWren Lisa Gilbert 


Marketing 


Accounting 


Exercise Science 


Mass Communications 


Sanford, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Mebane, NC 


Salisbury, NC 



Shelicia Gist 



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lizabeth Glenn 


Lakasha Godwin 


Tiffany Goggins 




Jewel Gray 


Chemistry 


Nursing 


Business Management 


Jessica Graves 


Sociology 


Durham, NC 


Greensboro, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 




Tarboro, NC 




/lakeba Green 


NeRiqua Hailey 


Adam Hairston 


Charlyn Harris 


Elisia Harris 


Gerontology 


Therapeutic Recreation 


Psychology 


M.I.S. 


M.I.S. 


J roadway. NC 


Monroe. NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Kinston. NC 


Kinston, NC 




Deanna Harrison 

Exercise Science 

Charlotte, NC 



Marisela Hairston 

Nursing 
Belews Creek, NC 



Candi Harper 



William Hartless 

Business Administration 

Winston- Salem, NC 



Shaun Harvin 

Sociology 

Winston-Salem, NC 



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James Hash 

Sociology 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Medea Hauser 

M.I.S. 

Yadkinville, NC 



Tiffany Hawkins 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Princeton. NC 



Marquita Haywood 

Financial Services 

Albermarle, NC 



Jermaine Hemby 
Goldsboro, NC 




Nancy Hickmon 


Shantay Hines 


Alina Hogue-Mohamed 


Fawn Holmes 


Tara Holsey 


Occupational Therapy 


Nursing 


Nursing 


Biology 


Sociology 


Winston-Salem. NC 


Winston-Salem. NC 


Rutherfordton. NC 


Wilmington. NC 


Thomasville, NC 




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Clarence Hosch 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Brandi Howell 

Accounting & M.I.S. 

Kinston, NC 



LaToya Howell 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Cherrvville. NC 



Tierra Hughes 

Computer Science 

Winston-Salem, NC 



John Humphrey 

Sports Management 

Charlotte, NC 




Janet Hunter 

Elementary Education 

King, NC 



Maurice Hymes 

Political Science 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Nicholas Ingram Brandon Jackson Chamar Jackson 

Exercise Science Business Administration Occupational Therapy 
Wadesboro, NC Kemersville, NC Charlotte, NC 



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Lotova Jackson 



Shannon Jacobs 

Nursing 

Raetbrd. NC 



Philip Javies 

Elementary Ed. & Sociology 

Boston. MA 



Jamieka Jefferson 

Sociology 

Havelock. NC 



Kiandra Jefferson 

Mass Communications 

Charlotte. NC 




Thomas Jenkins 

Political Science 

Durham, NC 



Miranda Jermings- 
Sterrett 



Amber Johnson 

Psychology 
Greensboro, NC 



Santreas Johnson 

Biology 

Gastonia, NC 



Sharee Johnson 

Chemistry 
Greensboro. NC 




Brandie Jones 

Business 

Wilmington. NC 



Latoya Jones 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Shannon Jones 

Molecular Biology 

Roper. NC 



Zelita Jones 

Business Administration 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Shanika Joyner 

Sociology 

Murffeesboro, NC 




She'Quana Joyner 
Exercise Science 
Goldsboro, NC 



Startisha Judd 
Apex, NC 



Tanya Karpeh 

Sociology 
Charlotte, NC 



Krystal Kershey 

Computer Science 

Henderson, NC 



Marquia Kinard 

Sociology 
Huntersville. NC 




Kiya King 

Sociology 

Oxford, NC 



Rashida King 

Business Administration 

Durham, NC 



RaDonna Kirby Olin Knotts Elizabeth Larrick 

Mass Communications Business Administration Nursing 

High Point, NC Wilmington, DE King, NC 




Cortez Lawrence 

Chemistry 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Lori Lawson 

Mass Communications 

Kinston, NC 



Timmesha Leake 

Accounting & M.LS, 

Mount Gilead, NC 



Joy Ledbetter 
Political Science 
High Point, NC 



Keon Leggett 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Rowland, NC 




Matasha Level 
Spartanburg, SC 



Rodney Lewis, Jr, 
Music Education 
Favetteville. NC 



Elizabeth Lewis 
Elementary Education 



Jason Lewis 

Biology 

Lithia Springs, GA 



Brett Lindquist 

Physical Education 

Lewisville, NC 




Darmesha Lindsay 



Andreas Lloyd 


Denise Lockhart 


Allicia Lomack 


Quiana Lubin 


M.LS. 


Business Administration 


Gerontology 


Business Management 


High Point, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Concord, NC 



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Jerron Lynah 
Goose Creek. NC 



Katrina Mann 

Exercise Science 

Rockv Mount 



Alvin Marshall 

Business Management 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Rimberly Martin 

Business Management 

Greensboro, NC 



Regina Martin 

Clinical Lab Studies 

Wadesboro, NC 




Victor Martin 

Computer Science 

.Mioskie, NC 



Amanda Massey 

Rehab Studies & Math 

Marietta. NC 



Selina Massey 

Business Administration 

Kemersville. NC 



Nicole Matthews 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Greensboro. NC 



Shenna May 
Psychology 
Hamlet. NC 




Lanessa McCloud 
Elementary Education 
Winston-Salem. NC 



Cathy VlcConnell 

Gerontology 
Winston- Salem. NC 



Keon McCorkle 

Marketing 
Mooresville. NC 



Latisha McCormick 

Clinical Lab Studies 

Sanford. NC 



Clarencia McCutchen 

M.LS. 

Sanford, NC 




Sheena McDoom 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Charlotte, NC 



Shakerra McGee 

Nursing 
Charlotte, NC 



Tiffany McGee 
Wallace, NC 



RaSheeda McGill 

Business Management 

Charlotte. NC 



Tori McKesson 

Nursing 

Marion. NC 



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Bonita McKoy 

Psychology 
Pinehurst, NC 



Crystal McLean 

Special Education 

Raleigh, NC 



Patricia McLean 



Jessica McSween 

Business Administration 

Rockingham, NC 



Latonia Meadows 

Nursing 
Winston-Salem, NC 




Dana Medlin 



Temple Michaels 

Nursing 
Yadkinville, NC 



London Mickle 



Adam Miller 

Nursing 

Kemersville, NC 



Tajuan Mills 
Goldsboro, NC 




Goldie Mitchell 

Therapeutic Recreation 

Charlotte. NC 



Cynthia Monroe 

Sociology 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Erinn Monroe 

Computer Graphics 

Knightdale, NC 



Keosha Montgomery 

Psychology 

Charlotte, NC 



Patina Moore 

Sociology 

Kemersville, NC 




LaTeesha Morrison 

Therapeutic Recreation 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Beatrice Morrison 

Exercise Science 

Charlotte, NC 



Crystal Moton 

Birth-Kindergarten Ed. 

Statesville, NC 



Laurie Murdock 

Birth-Kindergarten 

Walkertown, NC 



Anthony Neal 
Greensboro, NC 



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Carlton Nettles 


Patrese Nesbitt 


LaQueeta Newton 


Jennifer Oliver 


Lottie S. Parrish 


Business Administration 


Exercise Science 


Biology 


Nursing 


Nursing & 


Raleigh, NC 


Raleigh, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Rehabilitation Studies 




Sonva Parson 


Sewta Patel 


Kimberly Patrick 


Latoya Patrick 


Jaimeh Peters 


Gerontology 


Rehabilitation Studies 


Therapeutic Recreation 


Gerontology 


Business Management 


Whiteville, NC 


Charlotte, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Whiteville, NC 


Charlotte, NC 




Bert Pickett 


Shanna Powell 


Tomieka Powell 


Holly Pnce 


Timothy PuUiman, II 


Psvchology 


Psychology 


Political Science 


Therapeutic Recreation 


Mass Communications 


Burgaw, NC 


Roseboro, NC 


Kannapolis. NC 


GibsonviUe, NC 


Roxboro, NC 




_aronda Rav 


Kenee Reddick 


Aaron Richardson 


Ton Richiudson 


TilTanv Richmond 


Nursing 


Rehabilitation Studies 


Special Education 


Sociology 


Mass Communications 


Oxford, NC 


Asheville, NC 


Raleigh, NC 


Bahama, NC 


Sanford, NC 



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Ryan Roberson 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Raleigh, NC 



Evelyn Robinson 
Washington, DC 



Stephanie Robinson 
Fayetteville, NC 



Carolyn Robinson 

Int'l. Discipline Studies 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Carrie Rodgers 

Nursing 

Pilot Moutain, NC 




Faith Royal 


Shannon Ruffin 


Ideann Russell 


Mario Saunders 


Landry Schofield 


Nursing 


Nursing 


Psychology 


Sports Management 


Nursing 


nsonville, NC 


Winston-Salem. Nc 


Winston-Salem, NC 


High Point, NC 


Statesville, NC 




Tomeka Scott 

Therapeutic Recreation 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Lakesha Scotton 

Nursing 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Shanise Scruggs 

Nursing 
Morganton, NC 



Akeia Session 
Wallace, NC 



Alita Sharpe 

Psychology 

Charlotte. NC 




Kimberly Sherrod 

Nursing 

Tarboro, NC 



Shyena Shine 

Accounting 

Norwood, NC 



Laquinta Sinclair 

Education 
Saint Pauls, NC 



Dekontee Sirleaf 

M.I.S. 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Marcus Small 

Mass Communications 

Greenville, NC 



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Sherri Smalls 



JaQuinta Smith 

Birth -Kindergarten 

Durham. NC 



Kasseem Smith 

Business Administration 

Sanford, NC 



Samantha Smith 

Sociology 
Charlotte, NC 



Yvette Smith 

Elementary Education 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Ebony Steed 

Exercise Science 

Charlotte. NC 



Cristi Strickland 
Hendersonville, NC 



Kimberly Strickland 

Therapeutic Recreation 

Wadesboro. NC 



Patrick Suarez 

Occupational Therapy 

Ahoskie, NC 



Ashley Summers 
Wilmington. NC 




Raynold Sumpter 
Political Science 
Spartanburg. SC 



Aniya Sutton 

Political Science 

Kinston, NC 



Shakeena Swarm 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Justin Talley 

Business Administration 

Roxboro, NC 



Latricia Tanksley 

Psychology 

Winston-Salem, NC 




honda Tavlor-Mosley 


Jennifer Timmerman 


Valerie Tucker 


Casie Ussery 


Ashley Ward 


Nursing 


Nursing 


Exercise Science 


Psychology 


Sociology 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Raeford, NC 


Spartanburg, SC 


Shelby, NC 


Greensboro, NC 



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Angelica Warren 


Kristina Washington 


Brandi Watkins 


Regina Watkins 


Denise Watson 


Computer Science 


Nursing 


Psychology 


Political Science 


Birth-Kindergarten 


Burlington, NC 


Greensboro, NC 


Las Vegas, NV 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Battleboro, NC 




Mylissha Watson 



Tia Webb 

Exercise Science 

Zebulon, NC 



Camille Westmoreland 

Political Science 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Joseph Whaley 

Physical Education 

Clemmons, NC 



Joan White 
Winston-Salem, NC 




Jamaal Whitehead 


Towanta Wiggins 


Candiss Wilkins 


Stephanie Wilkins 


Brittany Williams 


isiness Administration 


Rehabilitation Smdies 


Nursing 


Biology 


Business 


Tarboro, NC 


Kinston, NC 


Boonville, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Goldsboro. NC 




Dana Williams Dreama Williams Frederick Williams Derrick Williamson Latoya Williamson 

Therapeutic Recreation Mass Communications Business Administration Physical Education Nursing 

Greensboro, NC Semora. NC Bahama, NC Chadboum, NC Pelham, NC 




Crystal Wilson 

Economics & Bus. Admin. 

Brooklyn. NY 



Cortney Wilson 

Biology 
Goldsboro. NC 



Erin Wood 
Music Business 
Troutman, NC 



Sherrod Wood 

Business Administration 

Santbrd. NC 



Avis Wood 

Art 
Bahama. NC 




Henry Wright 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Homar Wright 
Winston-Salem. NC 



Jacqueline Wright 

Birth-Kindergarten 

Charlotte. NC 



Juliann Wright 

Therapeutic Recreation 

Pinetops. NC 



Latasha York 

Rehabilitation Studies 

Higli Point. NC 




Levem Bynum 

Therapeutic Recreation 

Greensboro. NC 



Janel Brown 

Computer Science 

Liberty, NC 



Lacey Brown 

Computer Graphics 

Knightdale, NC 



Katie Burms 

Special Education 

Eflard, NC 



Detrice Mosley 

Exercise Science 

Charlotte, NC 




Katie Bums 

Spec. Ed. & Birth-K 

Efland. NC 



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As the senior class 

prepares to graduate, 

their council set aside 

an evening to 

celebrate their 

achievements. The 

Senior Ball was held 

in the McNeil 
Banquet Hall of the 
Anderson Conference 
Center and guests had 
such a great time. It 
was a time to mingle, 
dance and announce 
the winners of senior 
superlatives. 



It's time to celebrate! 





Senior Class Council members with Student Government 
Association President, Quentin DeBerry (right) 



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Left: Party goers take a few moments to mingle 

during their celebrotion. Below: Seniors lielp 

themselves to food and beverages. 




Ebony Prout is pretty in 
blue 



Jason Lewis and Marcus 

Small get their groove 

on. 



Lori Lawson, Tiffany 

Cosh, Kristen 

Cheatwood and 

Jaramiel Lee 



Just some Greek love! 

Tajuan Mills and E lease 

Lowery 




Most Likely to 6e President o/tfte 

UniiedStaies: 

Kasseem 5mitli. &; Sitfhamt 

Robinson 



Most Likdy to 5e Chancdior of 

WSSU: 
Kasseem Smith. &■ Deona Cmeton 



Most Liktiy to Suaxed: 

Tajiuin MiCCs &; Stc-phamt 

Bjobinson 




Best Dressed: 

Ernest Timmons &" Tiffany 

Cash 



Best AfC Around; 
Jason Lewis &; Deona Cureton 




Most Outgoing: 

Cariton Nettles & Lod 

Lawsort 




Most Talkative: 
Tajuan Miffs & Aniya 5utton 



Not Picturecf: 

Most Athletic: DarmiC 

Gregory <St Shannon Davis 



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Loiulesf 
PfiiC Javk5 <& Aniya Sutton 




Most School Spirit- 
PitiCjavies <St Kdko PumeCC 




Best 5miCe: 
Jason Lewis <St Sonia Barrios 




Most Talented: 
Marcus 5maff 

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George "Stan" Wnght &: Lori 

Lawson 



Not Pictured: 

Cutest Couple: DJ Perry &■ 

Ti0tmy Ricfimoruf 



Most PopuCon 
Lori Lawson 

Not Pictured; Brian "B Dhax" McLcm^hlin 




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Above: Juniors Tiffany Turner and 

SGA president, Quentin DeBerry, 

Beiow: Junior friends supporting 

tlieir Rams at a footbali gonne, 




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Mr, 8c Miss 
Junior, Michael 

Brown and 
Tiffany Graves 




Close friends and suitemates, Tonetta Brown and 
Chiquita President 




Juniors 




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Rams for 
Life 



Junior friends enjoying 

the weather in the 

breezeway. 



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Barmerman, Lasheena 

Barksdale, Shana 

Barnes, Tamantha 

Campbell, Julia 



Carter, Brittany 

Chambers, Shirlette 

Clark, Candace 

Clemons, Renita 



Cowan, LaSheena 

Davidson, Ashley 

Deas, Tiphane 

Durant, Latoya 



Easter, LaTonya 

Farmer, Ashley 

Fields, Sabria 

Green, Tamika 



Harris, Staci 

Henderson, LaShala 

Hill, Shontadra 

Holly, Darvis 



Hopper, Ashley 

Howard, April 

Hutchinson, Alexxis 

Jacobs, Jeryl 




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Jones, Anthony 
Kelley, Siobhan 
King Jr., Kevin 
Lassiler, Chinita 



Lattimore, Marvin 
Lee, Nicole 
Lewis, Leah 
McCauley, Taneshia 



McFarland, ShaShawna 
McKoy, Jennifer 
McMurray, LaMuriel 
McNeely, Crystal 



Moore, Taneshia 
Neal, Amber 
Neal, Asheleigh 
Parker, Mason 



Perkins, Erin 
Porter, Jamie 
Ragland, Danielle 
Ross, Tashara 



Thomas, Eryn 
Vereen, Kimberly 
Vinson, Cierra 
Wells, Trier 



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Wright, Dominique 




End-of-year photos of 

members of the Junior 

Class 




Jessica Parson, Bennie Gray and April 
Howard 





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Amanda Barrios, Jerren Spruill, Staci 
Harris and Quentin DeBerry 




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Attention*. Jt's tHe 
Class of ZOOS" 



They say time waits 
on no one, and the 

Sophomore Class 
relizes that. It seems 

only yesterday we 

were finding our way 

around campus and 

now we will soon be 

juniors. This year, 

several of our 

classmates were 

probated into Greek 

organizations. The 

Sophomore Class is 

one of the closest on 

campus. We have 

supported each other 

and our Sophomore 

Class Council. We 



graduated from high 

school as the class of 

2004 ~ "Like None 

Before" and as the 

class of 2008. ~ We 

keep that slogan in 

our hearts as well as 

our minds through 

all endeavors we 

face. -Marshall 





Sophomores 

showing nothing 

but beautiful 



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Sophomores yearbook editor L Shane' Marshall and staff member MikJd Caldwell, 
smiles after eating Mexican food at a restaurant in Charlotte during CIAA 200E. 



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Left: Antonio Logon, Tyro Bell 

ond Shokoro Hayes. 

Below; A few lovely ladies of the 

Sophomore Class ot the 

Homecoming concert (top left 

to right) Tia Anderson, Shovon 

Daniels, Mariciana Livingston, 

Jo'Cento Wade, Jozmine Davis, 

Jahseyoh Todmon; (Bottom left 

to right) Tyro Bell and Antonia 

Logan. 




Work first, 

then 

entertainment. 




Joshua Blockwell 

in the Office of 

Student 

Activities 

making sure that 

things are in 

order. 




Ja'Centa Wade, 

Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 

Fraternity, Inc. and 

Tyra Bell, Miss Wilson 

Hall before 

Coronation at 

Kenneth R. Wiiliams 

Auditorium. 



Aiways on top of business. 

Sophomore Ciass President. 

Terrell Stephens. 



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Adams, LaToya 
Aiken, Sade 
Akuala, Christer 
Akouala, Jerry 



Anderson, Akeisha 

Anyanwu, Chimemezue 

Baker, Antonio 

Barnes, Jazmine 



Bethea, Sherena 

Beason, Denise 

Bell, Tyra 

Benfield, Marcus 



Berry, Alana 

Blackwell, Joshua 

Booker, Latoya 

Brown, Crystal 



Bumpass, Tammie 
Caldwell, Mikki 

Chambliss, Maggie 
Comick, Ericka 



Craig, Michael 

Davis, Shannon 

DeArman, Aneisha 

Dellahousaye, Shardaye 




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Dingle, JoBren 
Drayton, Jeff 
Ellington, Dawn 
Ellis, Jennifer 



Ellis, Louise 
Evans, Georgette 
Farris, Kenny 
Farrow, Gwendolyn 




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Foster, Robert 
Gilbert, Willie 
Goode, Deon 
Grayson, Shinora 



Hall, George 
Hardin, Ora 
Harper, Gary 
Harris, Jessica 



Hayes, LaKeitha 
Hayes, Shakara 
Henry, Jennifer 
High, Kevin 



Hill, Lisa 
Hill, Lori 
Hobbs, Erica 
Holley, Terrence 



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Hood, Andria 
Howze, Brittany 
Johnson, Ashley 
Johnson, Latoya 



Jones, Andrew 
Jones, Angela 
Jones, Shasta 

Lennon, Tricia 



Levy, Jenna 

Lilly, Amiya 

Logan, Antonia 

Lomack, Gary 



Lyles, Amaris 

Mallett, Melody 

Marshall, Larrekya 

Martin, Kelli 



McRae, Sharday 

McLean, Sierra 

Merritt, Billie 

Miller, Brittany 



Miller, William 

Moody, Jance 

Moore, LaMonica 

Myrie, Natasha 




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Niclioloson. Briana 
Nolan. C'andrice 
Oxendinc, Alcce 
Patterson, Elizabeth 



Peak, Mia 
Pettaway, Allison 
Powell, Haven 
Batliff, Brandon 



Reeves, Kristin 
Sanders, Dianna 
Scrinven, Alisha 
Sargeant, Pearl 



Shaw, Frankie 
Siler, Ashley 
Simmons, Tammy 
Smith, Cherrelle 



Smith, Kelsey 
Tate, Zavonda 
Thomas, Aimee 
Thomas, Kimona 



Todman, Jahseyah 
Torain, Corey 
Totten. Harold D. 
Turner, Amanda 



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Wade, Ja'centa 

Watson, Regina 

White, Ricardo 

Williams, Alicia 



Williams, Celia 

Williams, Ronald 

Williams, Stacey 

Yasin, Abdul 'Aziz 





End-of-year photos of 

members of the Sophomore 

Class 



Mariciana Livingston, Jeanette 

Wallace & Cherelle Smith, and 

Brandon Duckett 




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Candrice Nolan &. Gabrielle 

Leonard and Cieraca Rhodes & 

Frankie Shaw 





Brandon Foster, Fredrina Pickney 
and Alece Oxendine 





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Although, transition 

to college life is not 

always smooth for 

everyone, for this 

class, it was a piece 

of cake. The 

freshman class came 

from all walks of life 

and made their first 

year of college a 

memorable 

experience. They 

made friends quickly 

and were involved 

with many activitie 

on campus. 



Many stated that 
Homecoming was 

more than they 
expected. The class 
of 2009 stands 1,250 
students strong, and 
more than half lived 
off-campus. -Marshall 







Two freshman students who have developed a close 

friendship, are Natasha Perry and Tanya Purdle at a 

basketball game supporting the Rams. 



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Michon Farrer and 

Erica Scott in the 

Cleon F. Thompson 

Center lobby. 



Chlllln' on 
the yard 



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Best friends stop tc 

take a pic betweer 

classes 




Freshman Joseph 

Whitley socializes 

with a friend while 

enjoying a meal in 

the Cafe. 



V Ram student chilir 

on ttie yard 

catching up with 

friends 



"Go upstairs and let Ms. 
Young l<now that things ore 
going well for the Campus 

Activities Board event 
scheduled for ioter". Active 

and very involved CAB 

members Joseph Williams 

and Leah Rollins, 



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Abrams, Andrea 

Adams, Richard 

Allen, Matoya 

Andrews, Jessica 



Ball, Monica 
Beatty, Rontray 
Black, Whitney 
Boyd, Carletta 



Branch, Denisha 
Brown, Amber 
Brown, Jessica 
Bruton, Kendra 



Burch, Cody 

Burton, Myesha 

Byrd, Mekaeel 

Carter, Carrie 



Chavis, Jessica 

Chavis, Kelly 

Clark, Bridget 

ComeUus, Sonya 



Council, Sabrina 

Covington, Ashley 

Crowley, Kierre 

Davis, Brian 




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Davis, Lauren 

Degree, Autumn 

Deshields, Brittany 

Dickerson, Sherrica 



Dixon, Alycia 

Duke, Autumn 

Duzant, Kecia 

Edwards,Tashara 



Faison, Destiny 

Fenner, Jasmine 

Fulton, Grant 

Green, Antoinette 



Green, Kenneth 

Griffith, Christopher 

Grissom, Rashawn 

Haire, Myra 



Hamilton, Bridgett 

Hargrove, Myesha 

Harris, Mar-qui 

Harris, Jammila 



Harvey, Jesseca 
Hayes, Wesley 

Hodge, MaOrion 
Hollis, Leshe 



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Hooper, Di'Tarrie 

Hough, Sherika 

Hughes, Brandon 

Hunter, Clemmietine 



Javies, Sharice 

Keel, Lakata 

Kershaw, Twila 

Lewis, Hasina 



Lumpkin, Nichola 

Madison, Leah 

McDowell, 

Rahshanda 

Morrison, Shamara 



Mungo, Ashley 

Newborn, Sabrina 

Page, Kecia 

Pasley, Aisha 



Perry, Latoya 
Peterson, Nakia 

Purdie, Tanya 
Queen, Laterice 



Quick, Angela 

Reed, Samantha 

Rice, Crystal 

Santos, Edgar 




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Saunders. Shannen-Michel 
Simpson, Kenneth 



Smith, JuHus 
Stancell, Kendra 



Steele, Bryan 

Tabron, Ashley 

Taylor, Lakeisha 

Thomas, Courtney 



Thomas, Jessica 

Thome, Shaunika 

Tindal, Jamie 

Turner, Alonzo 



Wade, Briana 

Watts, Greg 

WiUiams, Joseph 

Williams, Krystal 



Wilson, Sylvia 
Winston, Crystal 
Winters, Brittany 
Yosief, Kidanne 






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Haileselassie, Samuel 
Taburger, Alfonzo 





End-of-year photos of 

members of the Freshman 

Class 



Tanya Purdie, Erin Lightner, 

Brittany Finger, Valencia Thomas 

&. CeeCee Sharpe and Antliony 

Locl<ett 




Autumn Duke 8c Muhammad 
Hasan and Wesley Hayes 




CeeCee Sharpe, Joseph 
Williams 8c Valencia Thomas, 

Ashley Graham 8(. Kristin 
Maryland, and Jessica Doye 






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Faculty 8i Staff 



Amos, Kathy 
Facilities Management 

Armstrong, James 
Fine Arts 

Atkinson, Alvin L. 
Center for Community Safety 

Autry, Dianne 
Nursing 

Balan, Priya 
Life Sciences 

Joel, Cynthie 
Registrar's Office 

Bell, Willie 
Campus Police 

Bennett, Barbara 
Facilities Management 

Bethea, Dorothy P. 
Occupational TTierapy 

Blackwell, Priscilla A. 
Human Resources 

Cain, Ruby O. 
Finance & Administration 

Caldwell, Rebecca E. 
Computer Science 

Cole, Linda Scott 
Student Affairs 

Conrad, Sharyn 
Nursing 

Cook, Sharon Warren 
Social Sciences 

Culcleasure, Evetter 
Fine Arts 

Eaton, Trena 
Nursing 

Eckard, Juan 
Lifelong Learning 

Edwards, Rita 
English & Foreign Languages 

Fair-Reese, Kimberly 
University Advancement 




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Faculty S Staff 




Gamer, Andrea T. 
English & Foreign Languages 

Hairston. Gregory C. 
Alumni Relations 

Hall, Sigrid 
Marketing & Communications 

Harr>', Sonja Valechia 
Institutional Planning, Assessment, 
& Research 
Hensley, Amy 
Nursing 

Herring III, Robert A. 
School of Business & Ixonomics 

Hickerson, Jerry H. 
English & Foreign Languages 

Hill. Courtney 
Marketing & Communications 

Holland, Dr. Cecil 
Health Sciences 

Home, Dr. Aaron 
Arts & Sciences 

Jenkins, Donald Ray 
English & Foreign Languages 

Jenkins, Joyce 
Business & Economics 

Jennings, Latasha O. 
Enrollment Management 

Barrow, RaMona T. 
Evening- Weekend College 

Johnson, George 
Accounting & MIS 

Jordan, Michelle 
Nursing 

Tumer, Delores 
Human Resources 

Martin- Watson, Betty 
Nursing 

McClain, Joanette Pete 
Nursing 



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Faculty S Staff 



McGill, Jr. Daniel 
Facilities Management 

McKee, Marlyne L. 
Student Support Services 

Mickle, London 
Undergraduate Programs 

Lyons, Brenda 
University Advancement 

Parks, Kim 
Institutional Planning 

Paysour, Sherri 
Student Support Services 

Peter, Eley 
Center Math, Science, & Technology 

Poole, Phyllistine 
O'Kelly Library 

Reddick, Bobbie K. 
Nursing 

Rodabaugh, Karl 
Lifelong Learning 

Rodgers, Judy G. 
Lifelong Learning 

Rodney, Elise 
Life Sciences 

Saadat, Majid 
Mathematics 

Sheppard Bell, Cynthia 
Occupational Therapy 

Sherrod, Dennis 
Nursing 

Singleton, Aaron 
Marketing & Communications 

Smith. Kim D. 
Health Sciences 

Snipes, Catherine S. 
Alumni Relations 

Speas, Adrierme C. 
Lifelong Learning 

Stevens, Eddie 
Athletics 



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Faculty & Staff 




Stewart, Janet 
Business & Economics 

Stinson, Hazel 
Enrollment Management 

Stratta, Terese 

Human Performance & 

Sports Sciences 

Stump. Nathan 
Chemistry 

Taylor, Greg 
Accounting & MIS 

Thompson, Cynthia 
Evening-Weekend College 

Mitchell, Makayah M. 
Evening Weekend College 

Vyas, Dr. Udaykumar 
Mathematics 



Woods, Bridgette 
Lifelong Learning 



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Early Childhood Development Center 




Romy Allen 
Director 



Tameka Brown 
Teacher: 3's and 4's Jessica Barnes 



Garrett Bolden 



Caliph Cherry 




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Autumn Collins 



Morgan Cutter 



Jarian Evans 



Finnegan Gambill 



Robert Moore 





Deressa Pace 
Teacher: 3's and 4's 



India Brown 



Aria Bryson-McCoy 



Shalonn Ceasar 



Gregory Edwards 





Kalani Gillion 



Xzoria Han 



Area Leslie 



Raymond Mitchell 



Xavier Mock 



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Mali Strayhorn 



Brianna Strickland 



Malcom Webb 



Treva Sharpe 
Teacher: Pre-K 



Janice Ross 
Teacher: Pre-K 





Paul Carlton 



Daniel Collins 



Caleb Hairston 



Ebony Horton 



Michela lowers 




Jaelen Miller 



Anthony Sawyers 



Evans Sinnmons 



Jade Sutton 




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Three! 



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UJITH THE 

R>im? 



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ABOi/^e OFFEnsE t/ihes on the defehse 

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Time TO THIHH OF THE n6HT PL>IV. 




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PL»V SOmE FOOTB/ILU 



LEFT: JERRICH BIHGS RUHS FOR THE 

60»L Lins! 



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Head Coach 
Kermit Blount 



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Aaron Federspiel 



Cody cm 



Dana Walker 




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Keith Gaither 



Linwood Ferguson 



Mike Ketchum 



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2005-2006 
football players 
are ready for 
field action as 
they prepare to 
tackle. 




Ahmad Thompson 

Ben Floyd 

Brad Dunn 

Bradford Herring 

Brent Thomas 



Chad Oakley 

Chas Thomas 

Chea Wade 

Christopher Ratliff 

Corey Stewart 



Corey Swinnie 
Demetrius Rivers 
Ernest Blakely 
Dustin Lawson 
Gordon Fields 



Hamid Dawson 

Pat Clark 

Jason Holman 

Javon Hubbard 

Jed Bines 



Charles Green 

Jerome Dunbar 

Jerren Spruill 

John Mobley 

Johhnv Henderson 



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Left: There is no 
stopping Stan 
Wright as he runs 
the ball toward 
victory. 

Right: Sky's the 
Hmit as Matt 
Hind kicks a 
field goal 



Justin Sherrod 
Lamont Williamson 
Levem Bynum 
Lionel Goode 
Lucio Holland 



Mark Kato 

Martin Hicks 

Maurice Morrison 

Maurice Reid 

Michael Helton 



Michael Merritt 
Michael Miller 
Michael Moore 
Monte Purvis 
Murell Streeter 



Nathaniel Biggs 
Oscar Goods 

Pete Paul 
Quentin Jones 
Quentin Moye 



Raynard Crawley 
Samuel Robinson 

Sander Moore 
Stan Wright 

Steven Jordan 




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Left: Meet me 

on the 

field.. .It's 

going 
DOWN!!! 




Terrence McGlawn 
Thaddeus Griffin 

Tionti Powell 

Tremaine Mebane 

Wayne Crowell 



Will McArthur 
William Hays 



Left: Corey Swinnie takes 
a breather as he watches 
SU go for another 
victory. 



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Brad Herring prepares for a winning 
run as he waits for the snap. 




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Above: SU players look over 
2005-2006 fall roster. 



Above: Mr. Ram, Phil Javies, 
poses with school mascot 
"Amon 11" 




Coaches take time to discuss 
winning strategies. 




Above: The crowd, along with SU's finest cheerleaders, show 
ofF their Ram pride as the team tries for a winning season. 



130 




131 



Left to right: Lowen 

Wray keeps the ball in 

SU's hands. 

Greg Lewis jumps for 
the rebound. 






Darrell Wonge looks 
to pass. 




Above: AUeggrie 

Guinn dribbles down 

the court with St. Paul 

hot on his trail. 

Right: Roy Peake 

shows his incredible 

reach as he goes up for 

a shot. 

Right: Coach Stitt 

gives the team words 

of encouragement. 



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ICHEDULG 



Wake Forest 

Lenior Rhyne 

Wingate 

Tusculum 

Tusculum 

Bowie State 

Gaines Classic vs. Knoxville 

Gaines Classic vs. Clafin 

Lenior Rhyne 

Shaw 

Elizabeth City State 

Virginia Union 

St. Augustine's 

Livingstone 

Shaw 

St. Paul's 

Virginia State 

District of Columbia 

Johnson C. Smith 

Foyettevllle State 

Edward Waters 

North Carolina Central 

St. Augustine's 

Johnson C. Smith 

Livingstone 

Fayetteville State 

North Carolina Central 

Edward Waters 

CIAA: St. Paul's 

Bowie State 



Above: Janial Durham races 

to the hoop after recovering 

the ball. 



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S005-S006 rriEn s 

BXSHETBy^LL Te>im 





Head Coach: 

Phillip Stitt 

Assistant Coach: 

David Brown 

Norman Carter 
Jamal Durham 
Alleggrie Guinn 

Curtis Hines 
Frank Johnson 

Greg Lewis 

Julian Murphy 
Corey Parker 

Roy Peake 
Andrew Porter 
Alonzo Roberts 
Audley Wehner 



Darrell Wonge 
Lowen Wray 



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Pl>iver Spotlight 
allg66rie guihr 

Hometown: Charlotte, NC 
Height/Weight: 6'371 70 lbs. 
Position: Guard 



Finishes his career ranked third all-time at WSSU in 
assists with 30 1 ...ranked second all-time in made 
three-point field goals with 197 and ranked seventh 
on the all-time scoring Ust with 1 ,535 total points for 
an average of 1 3.2 points per game. Ranked 1st in 
the CIAA in steals per game with 2.28. 



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OPPOSinG 

PL/1VER FROm 

11J>1HE Forest 

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LOOH FOR THE 

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PRESSURG FROm THE 

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CODTROLLED THE B/1LL. 



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2005-2006 LDomEn s 

B>ISHGTB>ILL TG>im 





Head Coach: 
John WiUiams 
Assistant Coaches: 
Toya Davis 
Ohvia Dardy 

Camella Alston 

Latoya Armstrong 

Kadina Baldwin 

Shalonda Carter 

Cherena Douglass 

Richea Harris 
LaVontay Johnson 

Tiana Morris 

Janet Robinson 

Candice Saunders 



Tiffany Tonkins 
Akebia Williams 
Mikasa Williams 
Keoshia Worthy 





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PLyiven Profile 
Jy^nET RoBinson 

Hometown: Durham, NC 
Height: 5'8" 
Position: Forward 

Appeared in 28 games for the Lady Rams, starting 26 
of them.-.Recorded a team-high 832 minutes of 
playing time for an average of 29.7 minutes per game 
...Scored 30 1 points for the season on 1 28 of 320 
shooing from the field for an average of 10.8 points 
per game (second on team) while turning in a field 
goal percentage of .400 (third on team). 23rd in the 
CIAA in scoring (10.6 ppg). 




139 



Right: Tiffany Turner caught showing 

off those pearly white teeth during an 

intermission of cheering. 




Above: JV cheerleaders take time 

before a home game to strike a 

pose for the camera. 




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Above: Varsity cheerleaders show 

that good old Ram pride- 

"It's So Hard To Be A Ram!" 



Above: JV cheerleader Lori Tyson 

leads off a routine to the sound of 

the band as Lady Rams take a 

time out. 



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II 




Set it up SU SU! 



Joevanne Estrada: JV Head Coach 

Kendra Blackmon 

Chardonnay Bunkley 

Felisha Hicks 

Jessica Harris 

Kierra Pavne 



Sharae Quick 
Cherelle Smith 

Lori Tyson 

Jeanette Wallace 

Tai Waters 

Ivy Wells 



Sherita Stevens: V Head Coach 

Stacee Cross 

Shardaye Dellahousie 

Erica Dunn 

Sabria Fields 

Janelle Graves 



Sam Jones 

LaMuriel McMurray 

Darius McNair 

Chris Paschal 

Fredrina Pinkney 

Keiko PurneU 

Dana Robinson 
Diana Saunders 
Ebony Steed 
Eryn Thomas 
Tiffany Turner 
Stacy Williams 



Ronnisha Wilson 




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Lady Rams 

display their 

talents and 

show that 

wonnen can get 

dirty while 
playing just as 
hard as men. 




A Lady Ram listens as she gets pointers on 
how to win the game. 



LTisha Bell 

Beatrice Branson 

Tineka Cotton 

Lauren Davis 

Louise Ellis 

Leslie Mollis 

Lonnie Jones 
Dianna Sanders 

Domica Scott 

Amber Shore 
Kendall Sutton 

Elyon Taylor 

Georgette Twittie 



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PLylVER SPOTLIGHT: 

AmBER Shore 

Hometown: Yadkinville, NC 

Height: 5'6" 

Position: Pitcher 

The 2006 season marks Shore's first as a member of 
the Lady Rams Softball team, where she was the ace of 
the pitching staff. When not appearing on the mound, 
she was likely behind the plate filling catching duties. 
A native of Yadkinville, NC, Shore is a 2005 graduate 
of Starmount High School where she was named the 
Northwest 1-A Conference player-of-the-year. Shore 
earned a pair of championships at Starmount as she 
led her team to state titles in 2003 and 2004. 




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Head Coach: 
Lester Carpenter 



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Lance Holmes 



Brett Lindquist 



William Monk 






Josh Sherrill 



Ernest Timmons 



Josh Volger 



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Plover 

Spotlight: 

Brett LinogLRST 

HomETOiun: IUgst Islips, nv 

HEIGHT/UJEIGHT: S'lV'/lSO LBS 

Dominy^nT Hy^no: Right 



LinOQUIST UJILL RETURn TO THE Ry^fll 
LinEUP FOR HIS Finy^L SE/^SOR OF 

comPGTiTion. He is y^s/^in the 

PROUECTED #1 GOLFER On THE 
ROSTER y^S HE LOOMS TO LEy^D 
UJSSU TOUJy^RD ^ CIAA GOLF 
CHy^mPIOnSHIP. LinOQUIST is ^ 
Fy^l^ORITE FOR ALL— CIAA HORORS 
y^nO UJILL LIHELV THREE— PEylT AS THE 

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Shannon Davis was named NCAA Woman-of- 
the-Year for the state of North Carolina and 
WSSU Female Student-Athlete-of-the-Year. 




OlULinG 



Team Roster 
Florence Chandler 

Shannon Davis 

Lashonda Norton 

Alexa Jeffries 

RaDonna Kirby 

Shantel Langley 

Candlce Leatherberry 




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5 yiriD UJomEns 



Head Coach 
Charlie Schoderbek 






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Volunteer Assistant 

Coach 

Jayson WiUiams 



Monica Ball 

Carmen Davis 

Ashley Hopper 

Stephanie McSween 

Amanda Walker 



Antonio Degraffenreadt 
Patrick Jenkins 
Andrew Jones 
Brett Lindquist 
Ryan Lindquist 



Darren Milboume 
Justin Talley 





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Above: Shotput event takes SU to 
the top! 



Right: Kenneth Koech leads 
the pack in the mile nan. 



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2005— S006 rriGn >^nD LUomEn 
TRy^cH AnD Field Te>ims 




Left: There's no stopping 
SU when it comes to relay 
races. 



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hard for the rest to keep up. 



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Above: Christina Goddard 
leads the rest in a cross 
country run. 



Above: Assistant Coach Gee 
speaks to players. 
Right: SU runners hurdle their 
way to the finish line. 



Head Coach: Halcyon Blake 

Assistant Coach: LaShawn Gee 

Jessice Alexander 

Wykeitha Barnett 

Natisha Echols 

Tomita Ferguson 



Christina Goddard 

Rhondalynn Hamilton 

Sandy Harrison 

LaKeitha Hayes 

Malliron Hodge 

Irene Jeptolo 



Chanet Kirkpatrick 

Vernae McDonald 

Cierra Simpson 



Left: Wykeitha 
Barnett gets ready for 
takeoff. 




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Asst. Coach: Aaron Richardson 

Brock Bynum 

Corderius Cowan 

Jordan Holley 

Chris Jefferson 

Mareo Jeffries 



John Kizner 

Kenneth Koech 

DeAngelo Perry 

Gerrod Sidbury 

DeAngelo Simmons 

Nathan Summerville 



Brandon Wainwright 
Gregory Watts 
Cory Wright 







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CIAA 

ftecop 



6l5t Annual 

Basketball 

Tournannent 

in Charlotte, 

hCat 

Bobcat 

Arena 



2005-2006 



In the Ranns history with 
the CIAA, they won 10 

tournannent 

channpionships and the 

1967 MCAA Divison II 

Channpionship. The Ranns 

ended this year's 
tournannent with a loss to 
Bowie State. 

The 2006-2007 season 
will nnarh the beginning of 

the Ranns transition to 

MCAA Division 1-AA status 

and their entrance into the 

MEAC conference. 




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Philip Stitt - Head Coach 
directs the team from the 
sidehne. 




Darrell Wonge keeps the other 
team away from the ball. 



Lady Rams applying 
their team defense. 



A Ram follows 

through with his 

jump shot. 



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m>IHinG THE 

BARD!!! 




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SouriDS OF LDSSU! 






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Anton Taft and Jerren Spruill chilling on the 

plot! 



Divine Nine 



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Above: Tajuan Mills, Devine Brown, 

Coach Gaines and Bianica Jackson 

showing Greek love. 





Life 



The National Pan-Hellenic Council of 

Winston-Salem State University is 

comprised of nine historically black 

fraternities and sororities. They include: 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Alpha 

Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Kappa Alpha 

Psi Fraternity Inc., Omega Psi Phi 

Fraternity Inc., Delta Sigma Theta 

Sorority Inc., Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 

Inc., Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Sigma 

Gamma Rho Sorority Inc., and Iota Phi 

Theta Fraterntiy Inc. Each organization 

performs community service projects, 

programs at WSSU and, of course, step 

shows. The NPHC of WSSU also provides 

leadership to all students via forums, 

pillow talks and luncheons. 




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fjiMJflM£Kt(i, pujipose is aokeDmiM.. Tfe yeOJi, i^ Defoa Ck oiopieJi tjjekowisA imo mu ImS lotR iRilLteeK war 

tn£MbeAS. 

Pictwied. ?4-t to Mgfe: Mon-taoius Goson, JonfiS Tesc^afeeA, ^uton To^i, f?tcfey Mi^cReffi. Lcmou Mi?^ "Dcduh 
JoRusoH, Josto HnyOKi, Juor Joseph ^llbcM. Dobbs okcI 'B'tonie. ^iMmd 





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Spring 2006 line: Darien Davis, Berhane Yohanes, Rico White and 
Kevin Bryant, 2. Kappa Alp l-ia Psi Plot 3. Two of the fall 2005 
members: Anton Taft and Jarren Spruill. 4. Lorry Bennett, Blanie 
Fullard and Brian White. 5, Anton Taft, Montavius Carson, Juan 
Joseph, and Jarren Spruill. 6. Keaton Brockman, Joshua Bryant, 
Jarren Spruill, and Montavius Carson. 7 Kappa Alpha Psi shield. 



165 




yiboiie, Lajyi to Q'qk: AaXo'a Tafji, ^I'Mkm Dobbs, Jiaqh JosepR, Qio^ MrtcM, 

LowoiL Mfc 'DoAlu JoRwson, Kbwe. ^^atoid, (C Kame G/ufy^jin, Jos^q 'B'^yont, 

" ' " ): MoniQOias Goisow, Ja'cmta Sv/ack (Miss KJ\P), Jom2> TescWafeeiL 




1. Lejjt to k-i^ 
S\/itti(M Dobbs, 

Dcuiiw Jokoi^ 

2. kleoton 

'B'/ioctertOK, Ronae. 

GM(j(jiK, l?icfey 




166 



^apes oty V)eka Cfc 




Abayt ^-t to mqk: Lcmoji jAilhi Montao-ios Qxjjso^a, Jaw[£S TescWatefA, 

Dcuuw Joteow, KoAGe. GAi(y|ji^^ (<^icJa) Mrtc^e^. AkIo^ Ta\ji, JosRuq 'B'Ayant, 

^i2&Qt^ Dobbs, JuQn Joseph 'B'towie ^-uioAcl 



167 



De£tQ Siqwia TRe.tQ Sononity, Tuc 





1. ie-jji to 

DeoKQ CmeiotA, Lisa 

'Eooht, JisM^ 

Gcsey, SiepkMt 

l<'ob(KSon, Jaswine 

i?oscoe. 

2. DeOine 'B'/ioww, 
JosnuHfc PoSCoe 

3. Miss. 'VSSU, 
Stepfc^iie f?ob(nson 




DeitQ SiginQ Titia SoJioniiy was fjouRcM on JoRUCUiy 13, lQl3 on t^ campus ofj ■WottX^nd UniDeJisity and estobfcs^d 

rtSei|j as a pubbc. SeAOiCe, ongouizOtion ibt SiJiiaeS to COKfylioni ik pHobCmS o(j yifjAiCOn ^livieAiCaKS and ^Ce, <M 
AMhCa^s. A wide nange. ofy p/LognOMS addaessing education, WtK, inteXKOtionaC daO-efopweJtt, and SiHaigt^ing o\^ xU. 

_/4(jX(Can Mwaicon ijOMiPij tot emaged and eo-otoed oaeji t^ yeans. Tn /leofczing its Mission, TDeEta Sigwa TKeta 

ptooides wtewsii>e pubfcc saoice tKtougR its ^io-e-Point Pnognoivu TKjiust ojj Pfo^sicaft and \Aiik\ci iA(j±\i, Sduocrtionaf. 

DeUeloptvieKt, SconowiC DeU-ebpweKt, rnteAKOtiond ^uoieiiess and TnO-oCxieMeKt, and Pofotioa?, ylwoneiiess and 

rnO-o?i>eM£Kt. 



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Veiyostatlm 
Vm AMI 




^SeiJeml ojj tit SpMug 2006 w£MbeAS. 
5. DeonQ Cmsiovi, Siepkxm QdolvGoix 

6. «eil2o PtmeM, DeoKQ GiMon 
7. Tifj^jGuy TiMe/L 

8. SRaQfc Quicfe; Spring 2006 



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Sista^od 



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170 




G/LQcboting sewiojis ojj iit Gouhq V^ Cioptex o(y DedtQ Si 



Dea-QS-tQtiwg DiD-QS ojj Goama Pfc lafee tiwE out {joil q gnoup pRoto. SJll^ OtlSSSSl 




171 



loia Pfc Tkia ^Kotmi^, Inc. 




lo-tQ Vk Tieia was \pbJACkd on Sepiembex iQ, lQ63 Qt fAoKqOA Stait UniaeASity in 

'Eaklm.oJiE, f\A(MJp3iAd and was Ae, bst IjiateMiu^ in At VnyktjS'm to be 

esiQbfeRed Iotas abide by an obedimt pu/ipose t^at states "Tit VeDehpwi.mt and 

PeiipetaatioK ofy ScRote^ip, LeadeAsRip, Cttiz£KsK.ip, Jjide&ty, and 'EhoiieAood 

J{wioy\.q MfiH." T^eiiL ^notto is ""Hui^diKQ ^ T/Ladition, Jlfot Qesikq Upon One." 



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Jowies ^Q/Ldi) qkcI 
(j/umds. 





173 



SiQu/lQ GctolQ Ql\0 So/LO/LiiL), TkC 




Slqma Gotma Qh Sokoki^ Imc was oKqom.ed axjloiymbex 12, 1922 in Manopote, iKdiOMa by se.i>£K 

sqUooI iendkKS. T^ gnoup be^Ovie, ok iwConpo/LOted notiond coSkgiote sonoiiitL) on "DeCmbeA 20, 1929 on 

ik CflMpus o(y 'B'at&eA UniaeASrty. Sooiiiwg To G/ieoteii 4i(eigfos 0|j Attammi JkoiMi Tk ^oM, Slqwn 

Qoma Qh SokoMiUj, Iwd, as Q kldiwg KOtiond SejiaiC& o^gawizOtion, te tn£.-t ik cManges ofy i^ day and 

continues to gnow tkaxql SisieA^ood, SdokMkp and SeiOtCe. Sigtna Gama f?^'s coMMitiviaRi to seiOiCe is 

expiiessed in its sbgan, "GkeuieA SeADiCa, G/iea-teJi P/Logness." 

T^ PL dapM o{y S\/inston-Sd£w. SiOte. Unil>eASi-ty weicotned. nar wimbek TifjIyOMy McConey^ad in Spuing 

2006. 



174 






Dis-tti/ittton" 



175 



y^kx Koppo Alpia SoKojuiij^, 




Ahpia KoppQ Alpia So/io/iiiy, Iwc, jjoimcM oh Jomow^ 14, 1908 on tRe. cowpos 
o|j <tlcMi]id UwaeAstiy, was iRe jjixs-t GA^efe-S^tteMl ongQKizQtion estabteki by and 

jyOJL ^(j-IUCQK ^MfiAiCaR WOM£K. TRfiL) WefliL Sq5mDH PtMfe QkCI yipp2£ GufifiK. ^^pRo 

KoppQ Ahpkx was {joundad to cu^-tiaate and eKCowioga Rig^ sc^ototd and eil\lcni 
siQKdoAds, to pnotnoifc awiiL) Qnd fj/ueudsRip QmokQ Coiege womism, Qnd to be. o|j seAUiCe. 

to di peoph. 




2. 'HoUii Viuct, 

'EioiAida jQcfesoH 

3. Cojuneu l^obiKSOK 

4. tJo5.?y P/uCe, 

GaiM£K f?Ob(HSOH, 

Jessica l^odgeAS, 

'EiOAica JacfesoK, 

Lcrtonya CWm£Iis 

5. CoMm f?obiHSon 



'S'elow, yi piduiie 
o(j t^ sixteen 

KoppQ 
Ahpkx SotoJiiiy, 





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JhcKst hi^X to iLigfo: JW^ "HtocJeftee, GoiuneK l<'obit\SOM, dud 'B'iaKiCQ JqcIssok 



yi?£ ^nL) Li{ye, r (iirai/iied 
to be an J4(o4 




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yiboae. Goam£k f^obinsoK 
sappoA,tiwg t^fc b/iolReAS o|j ^^^Q 

Lafyi: Oat to aat wiiR iwo bire^ 

fadies o(j ^?pb KappQ ^5p^Q 

Sonoiiity, Inc. 




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179 



PRi 'Eeia Slqwia ^lateMtu^, Tuc 




P^i 'Eeia SigtviQ ^jiaieimiu^, h(L was (joancki ok JcMaAij 0, I0l4 on i^e. campus 
o|j ^owOiLci (JuiQ-eASiiy by iRiLae, young AIjMcosa JWehCOK mm. Pfc 'B'e.-tQ SigmQ fs Q 
sociaC, and saa-iCE oAi^ORizQ-tion qkcI sponso/is many p/iog/ioms /LeCaiad to education, 
SoCia?. action and business. In o/ideiL to imp^e^t At p/iog/LOviS, PRi 'B'eta Sigma 
(AioAJes witR 0/iganizations suc^ as tR^^ationa^, VcM-HSmLt Council, UiibOA League, 
Jlf^i^CP, Mcaci o(j 'Dimes g^oundation, and ik ^eiiican Ped C/ioSS. 



igo 



1. Md/i-cus r)u(jt]-in, jvii' 

'HondiJt, fJlldod Vlwix k 
(yllOKt o\j tReiJL wQteii s-tQtion 
uM. MciQQie- '^em.vq eking t^ 
2005 Jailm^ Viobties. 
S\/Qfe Qt S\/afefc ^onest 
Unti>eisrty. 




2. MicKoe?, <tlaiid£A 

and Doniae Lossiieii 

^WinQ cwQuds 

«.e££iQ-£d ckiug 4z 

GoiofauG State 

GoM.(jeA£KC£. in 

Gneewsbo/io. 




S. Mit^Oel PiHKix 
Ck\ji)0!Ad jAoiOE 

DutyjjiK (iiigfe) set- 
up (jo/i t^ ^SSU 
2005 g^Qi Opew 

'Wouse in t^ C£. 

Goines GenteA. 

4. CoJmeE "Siuggs 

ongORizes PHS 
dispJoj Qt tRe, 

S\/SSU 5cft 
2005 Opew iJouse. 



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1. 'DoinieK GiLQtysoR 

<Ha[.d£z C^iqk) ckop 
Ofyjj dowotioMS 

sHup-oixi to iRfi. 

Secotd 4^cvia-£S-t 

^ood'&Q/^ 




4. _/4aiLon Pidandson conies doins to display tab?£S {joii 
Sv/SSU 5ct 2005 OpeK <HaiSt. 



2. Doniae LossrteA ^oWs fe Sgwa 
ScRo&cvL _Aoid Qt iRe P^ KeiQ SigiviQ 

J/oiLt^ Coioliva State Got^eAewCfc. 
s. T^ Vdia Ailpia Ciopiex ofj P^ 
HetQ SigwQ ^QtejmrtL) disp&OL) du/iing 

Sv/SSU ^ct OpeK cUoose 2005. 




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5. 'Emk ofy ik Veka Alpia Ciopiex ojj 

P^ KeiQ SigwQ tofee Q casad picitae. 

6. jAidod PiuKix p/LepCUi-eS jjoii iRe 6joui^ 

Ckiine. Sv/otd Mcni-Qt^on spOHSoiLfcd by 

S\/SSU Qi GiaitOR Poii^ 



GioUjSoiA (iqld) Mp S£.t up ifcKis eking 

iRe fyinsi [JfMi Giiw\t Sv/crtd Mc^/^Cl•tRo^L 

8. MicRciei PiKMix CoPkets doHQtiOKS 

duiiiwg t^ wM.iR s&e£p-oa-t {yo«. iRe 

^o»Ae?£SSin2005. 






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Ztia Vk 'Eeia So/ioiLrty, Inc. 




ZetQ PRt 'Eeia So/io/uty, kc was fjoanded by |y(i)-e ^|J■/lica^l ^IweAican wom£k oh Jqmuqal) 16, 
1920 Qt 4^owQMi UwaeASrty. TK£ mwm dose, to piiotno-te. -t^e. kqhst stavdond o^j scRotoisfcp 
and comUHity seAUice. on coiage. CQMpuses and in sa/iAoanding coMMUnities. Tie, poApose. o\j Zeta 

Vk Eeia is to ijosta iRe ideas o\j seAUice, daiii-ty, sdote^ip, ciiri^ and odimjl e^kaiyois, 

SiSieA^ood, and {yineA wowanRood. 



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LoD-e^ Ladies o{y ik Omqa ORopteJi o|j ZdQ 

Pfc 'He.tQ So/Lo/Lity, Inc. 




^boU-e. «esb GoiiwS, GksiinQ ^oiutR, _/1fyiQn SwiiR, K/iQKCli S\/QifeinS, 
SRquhg S^/iitCMS, Loaise 82lis, Georgette. G/iay 



186 



Sp/iing 2006 Line 
ofy ZetQ Vki 

Gong/iata&atiows 
Ladies!! 





^boae. Th Spuing 2006 2in£ o|j ZetQ P^i '^eta 
ptoud?i) display iieii sign wit^ big sisteji B'/iandi 

S\/QileiMS. 




1S7 



Alpkx Vk Alpkx 2J/LQteAKitL), Tuc 




^oiMde-d by selleR jewels or tRe CQwpus ofj Go;iMe?£ (JuiaeJisi-ty on VeHmba 4, IQO6, iKe fj-JioteAwtL) milcM^ seiiyed OS. a 
stud) 0!/d suppoiL-t gjLoup jjojl winonttL) studbrts wRo fjOCed wcid pnejadice, boti educotioMoSfaj and sociiA). T^ Jmd 

jyooRdeAS owd eoji^L) CeadfiAS ofy -tK^ jj/ioteAwty succeeded in Eoyiwg a {yiiun. fyoundofion {jo«. A^kx Pfo ^iSp^'s p«.(MCip5£S o(j 
sddlmskp, fyeiowsRip, good donadeK and ih upfcfytiug ofj LvKMl). T^ 'Etia Iota (iop-teiL wetooined one fcne toit^ 

sixteen new weMbeis. 

Pictured sioniing fyiioivi lop ftefyt: VcmM Gjiegony, GkistopK£jL 'fclawkj, G. OwfWjtdi A/v^omoij, Chls Jewiwgs, Quay 
j\/[(Ml\^ KasseejA SiviitR, JonOt^OK PcM D. J. Poiins, Mcacus Stvic#, Aoxo^ Eufccfe, PodueLj LeCilee, Sv/eyfcnQ ^fcie, 
Dowiei Potts, Jo^ cHu^^Aey, JeAowe Oiews, De-Adne Mi&es, PRi?&p Ke2£ey, TqjuciKMi&fe, 'DeAefe ^Howfeins, do^fce 
'B'oweAS, Sv/iiiOwi f?eQde^, Josor Lewis, _AtRoRL) Jones, Jos^Q Dunw, 8mest Tiimnons, DohhL) <t((mis, Ofco-eii Giioows, 

_/l2-|jiLed OWoRtS, Tefiiie?!, StepRenS, Pojtuond JoiLdon 




JhoUt: CaiM£R PobiMSon dud DcMel Potts sitting 

OK t^ pbt dMvq and cat(iing some soul 
Qiqk: VoimE, GnegoEj dud Jessica PodgeJis at 

ik SmoK 'Bdi. 

'Eekm-. Jason Lewis, Stic StvutR, A(Mo\a 'Eiihoiz, 

TeMieR StepRews afyteA Spuing 2006 pnobate. 






spiting 
2006 fc 

"So/LO-iQ-O/LS 

Gofcl Sa/o/l" 

AVkA 

2J"/LQte;ini-ty, 

Inc. 



Jho[)-t ?£|jt to /Ligfo: TmeR SiepkiG, Ai\jK&d CJlmovds,, 

DcMy <H(Mls., Ofco-eA Gh-ooms, S\/i?&CM f^eada, Joson Lewis, 

Josto DuMM, P^2&p Kelkj, DeJiefe 4ilowleiMS, ^/Io/lou 

'B'uifccJe, Qo6m)j Leofee, Sv/eyfeng Sv/fote, JeAowe. Giiews, 

GfeistopRfiA <Wawkj, C OnyiKLjecfc _AycMju, DJ f?ofe. 





Top= Gfeis Jennings in iile. CCifje.' cking iKe Gliaefe 
bicReon. 



190 





1. Sewion Cooleoui Mil iRe 

JUpios. 

2."_/4^b5ouRdato" 

s.TXMeE Potts, TaiaoK 

Mi2fe, ^Cossem StwiR, Mcacus 

Sin(it JkiioWj Jones, GOAweu 

PobiMSon and T)(mM Gieq 

4. Jessim (^odgeiis and 

Qmst TiMM.OKS. 





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191 



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Clubs and organizations are very 
active on eawpus. They are involved 

in numerous activities sucli as 
coiMiNunity service and campus clean- 
op. 



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They are here to get students more 

involved and make WSSU a better 

campus for all of us. 



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LoAAfiiajQ S. MoKskM 
(jeoiboole Sdito/L-iH-CRtefy 



193 



Yearbook Staff 




Mnv\ (Single, Mikki Caldwell, larrekya Marshall, William Pobbs 
Not pictured: Amiya Lilly ^ Shasta Jones 



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Just for fun. ..Shasta and 
Amiva 



Hey Shane!" 



Above: Amiya and JoBren doing a LITTLE work! 

Below: Shane' and Amiya having a good laugh on a 
staff outing. 




R Kos brni quite. Q 

yeOL Sv/e, ihi stQjjfy 

ofj Tk Pom, tJiied 

OKcl, k)pt\jMj,, 
succeeded in Oieotiiig 

Or ext/iQoiidinCiy 
yeoboole -tKcrt you wi?,?. 
eiijoLj jjOK yeOAS to 
Cowe. 

Sv/e iRaife you, iK^ 

l?yiM student body, 

(jOJi youii suppow. 

_/4nd to oun adoison, 
Ms. Linda Scott 
Colt - we boe you 

and OppneCiOte you so 

wucR (yOU putting up 

wit^us! 

TkQoA 

(Jeonboofe Sta|j(y 

2005-2006 



Campus Life Editor-Mikki 

Caldwell, Yearbook Advisor, 

Ms. Linda Scott-Cole, and 

Shane' 





Amiya Lilly-Greek Editor 



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Shasta Jones-Sports Editor 

JoBren Dingle-Clubs & Organizations 
Editor 




News Argus 




Lisa ?oohe, Editor-m-Chief and Patricia CommaKider 



196 



Honors Program 




Jerowy PalleylYP), Stephanie Pouthit, Chris Griffith, Courtney Thomas, Amanda 

Mitchell, Monica Pall, Lassiter Speller, Anthony Jones, Cherrelle SmithIT), 

Cortney Wilson(P), Ashley Farmer, Aisha Pasley, Jessica Andrews, Priana 

Graham, Pianna Sanders, Prian Pavis, Tia Ingram(Sec) 



197 



Inspirational Voices 




SabriMa Newborn, Courtney Allen, Tiffany Williams, Courtney Sutton, Taweka 

Tompkins, Walletia fraff ney, Panielle Greene, LaSbenna Pannerwan, Edward 

Jackson, Tawatba Barnes, Pearl Sargeant, Prandlce Jordan, LaTisha Bennett, 

Savannah Parrett, Pevin Parnes, All Jackson, Stynos Pates, Erin Steele, 

Seneda Davidson, Asiiley Farmer, Latoya McConnell, Katie Purns, LaMyra 

Mayfield, Courtney Garfield, Janel Gordon, Crystal ?rown 



Plaek Meh for Change 




Arzow StatcM, Uwar SwitWYP), Eddie Thomas, William Miller, Merid Fetah, Sewal 

Afework, Jeremiah ErbytP), Priaw Pavis, Victor George, Cornelius Hector, Christopher 

Griffith, Corderro JowesCSec), Adebowale Asaya, Prian Murrill, Rashad Little, Samuel 

Haileselassie, Muse Kldawe, Kidawwe Yoslef, Courtney Sutton, Jason Lewis 



199 



Kappa Omicroh Tau 
iduoatmal Sorority 




JaQuinta Smith, Tiff iwi Ciayborw, Jacqueline Wright Kiw Tate 



200 



Mtoifi Up 




Keimette burgess, Shayla Morton, Pebony Jones, Sandy Harrison, Ashley Lewis, 
Prandon Puckett, Lauren I?awson, Michon Farrer, Latravia Love, Ebony 
Penman, Tiffany Jones, Penise Reason, Lori Hill, Quiotti Ratliff, Jessica 

^atewood, Pana Hanner, Nick Ingram, Joseph Whaiey, Mike Cook, Ashley Lewis, 

Parnell Lewis, Samuel Ingram 



201 



Sahkofa 




Merid Fetahl, Carlos ^roows, Victoria Thomas, Jessica Hawwowds, Andrew Watkiws, 

Ericica Jacobs, Marco brooms, Phil Javies, Sewai Af ework, Christer Alcouala, Samuel 

Haileselassie, Will Hawthorne, Saxton Stewart, Nathan Savice 



202 



Junior Class Coumil 




PcrhaMc Yohaimes, Asblelgb Taylor, Eddie Thomas, Tawlka frreen, Mylargo Fludd, Julia 
Campbell, Parvis Hollcy, Myeisba Harris, Michael ProwM, Tiffany Graves, Tracey Hearwes, 

Advisor; Ms. Cornish 



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Fhi 9efa lambda 




Seneca Pavidsow, Tinnesha Leake, Piedra Lmdsey, Tiffany hoggins, Clarewcia 

McCutchen, Jazmine Barnes. 



2C4 



Association of Zlnytlimic talent Pamers 




Jeima Levy, Staci Harris, Shaunika TborMe, Sarlsha Holloway, Ja'Centa Wade, 
JaQuiMta Smith, Lakeshia Stroud, Jami Hinton, Lauren Witberspoow, Priawa 

Walker 



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Fhi Mu Alpha frafermty, Ihe. 







Paryl Rollins, Wywton Carter, Perrick Bennett Wllllaw Alspaugh, Lul Holland, 
Antonio Haynes, Brandon Ratllff, Kenneth Richardson, Christopher Thomas, 

Kelvin Quick, Kenneth Simpson 



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Myeisba Hams, Crystal Pruntwer, Latoula Meadows, Tiffany Carr, Kawisha 
Jones, Kristen Parnette, Tomeka White, Lakeya Syivaln, Cawdace Rivers, Faith 

Royal, Shanise Scruggs 



207 



Semr Class Council 




Tiwothy PulliamlMr. Sr./T), Prawdie Jowes(YP), Ivy Mullis(Rep), Tiffawy 

Cash(Sec), Crystal Wllsond), Reglna Watkins PriwlHIst.l Angela Othieno(YP), 

Robyw Floyd(Rep), Lori LawsowCMiss Sr.), Carlton Nettles(P), Kristew 

Cheatwood(Sec), Katie J^urnsCRep) 



PC/Marylahd/Virglnia Metro 

Club 




AlviM ^reeM, Onymyechi AnyaMWU, Elizabeth Patterson, Jovan Bryant, Brittany 

Winters, Laterlce Queen, Marcus Alston, Christopher Headecker, Rica Pinkey, 

Saunta Morris, Evelyn Robinson, Chantll Thomas, Marion Speight, Angela 

Prown, Hasina Lewis, Parell Fisher, Patrick Jenkins, Tiana Stewart, Kris 

Urmr, Pyonne Slaughter, Meka Mack, Charles Nowell, Shanell Pavis 



209 



Student Ihterhatiohal 
Assoeiatioh 




Nicole Haines, Jane! frordow, Yasheeka Sutton, Shirlette ChawbersCP), Awber 
Neal, Shayia NeaL Latisha Pewwett, Asheieigh Neai(T), Plana Ntontolo, 

Kennette burgess, Erin Yarborough 



210 



Northern Comecfm 




Ponnell HiMley, Montague UwislMr. NO, Kortney Grayson, Powlnlque Williams, 

Charles ^reew, Marvm Latti*wore(YP), Alexa Jefferies, Melessia Kellar, Joshua 

PuMM, Reggie HiMSOM, Shiwora Grayson, MasoM Parker, Prittewy Sadler, Ihthu 

NichoM, Latoya Partlett, James Teschemaker (T), Fawn Holmes, Kristew 

Cheatwood, Kevin King, Jr., Leah Madison 



211 



The ^eneratioh of Amazmg Models 
and Entertainers (&.A.M.E.) 




Earl Meeklhs, Angela Wlwf ield, Lori Hill, John Lomax (YP), Parryl Hargrove, Erin LIgbtMer, 
Ashley Covington, Peimle &ray (Pres), Jamie Tiwdai, Ashley Maypray, Prittany Finger, 
MIwi Lyies, Sheena Paker, terrrice Morgan, Jazwine Barnes, Ebiere Agbegha, Ashleigh 

frrahaw, Larrekya S. Marshall (Co-Pres), SInetta Rorie, Mical White-Huff stead, Jessica 

LyIes, Parywood Morris, ^enise Reason 



212 



National Association of l^lacJc 
Accountants (NAPA) 




Latanya Pehhctt(F), Demetrius Spencer, LaMonlca Moore, Clarencla McCutchen, Shyewa 
Sbiwe, Marquita Haywood, Tlwutesba Leake, Jewwltra Howard, Erin ParkeIy(Adwm. Sec) 



National Association for the 
Advamement of Colored People 




Michael Plimix, Jawes Pryor, Advisor: Arthur Hardin, Sylvia Okowa, Jennifer Henry (Miss 
NAACP), Kareewa Walker, Pearl Sargeant, Lauren WItherspoon, Resaell Haynes (YP) 
Sarisha Holloway, LaMonIca Moore (P), Tanlesha Long (Sec.) , Courtney Sutton, Sheree 

Manguw (Sec), Joselynn Freeman, Alexa Whitley, Josallna Swann, Jessica Pancy, Kendra 

Prauton, Porshea Smith (T), Leah Lewis 






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Epiphany Modeling Troupe 





Urlttawy Winters, Piego Martin, Joe Prayton, Allison Pettaway, Maureen Anorcble, Justin 
Reld, Laqulla l?avls, Sbeeka Cradle, Peevia ^rahaw, Charlie HInes, Mekaeel Pyrd, Heather 
Edwards, &lna Polk, Jared Martin, Ashley McEachern, Ashley Jennette, Shanlse Lowery, 

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^mm, Kelly Newsowe, Jessica Prown, Katrlna Wright, Shadonna Poyd, Powinic Totten, 

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Math Society 




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Ashley ^rabaw, Arwowd Plckihs, Terrell Hayes, Joshua Plackwell. Kristih Maryland, Joseph 

Williams, Anthony Coles, Alece Oxewdine, Steven Osborn(Mr. CAP), Valencia Thomas, 

Courtney Thomas, Terrance Holley, Leah Rollins, Shakara Hayes, Prian Pavis, 

Erin SteeleCHist.), Antonia Logan, Aimee Thomas(P), Aisha Pasley, Lakeata Keel 



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Sweta Patel, Yorinda ^uillory, Sheniaka Rodgers, Nicole Herring, Awanda Walker, Erin Milton, 

Amanda Parrios, Cawille Miller, Alycia Pixon, Robbie Poffie, Carmen Sutton, Jeremy Pearson, Nikida 

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Brittany PeShields, CeCe Carter, Charlie Hmes, Panielle Lowry, Tori Johnson, Marqui Harris, Maureen 

Anorchle, Jared Martin, Charity Holloway, Angel Charles, Pridgett Hamilton, Jennitra Howard, 

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THE NOTORIOUS NINE 

So^hamoHC i^ewi U> uthene it aii 6e^an. 
Jhe BmuL Qod haa Sicdaed ud with utiii corny- ua tathe end. 



Someone once told me the friends you make in college will be some of the best friends 
you will ever have. I never knew that coming to WSSU would bring eight beautiful 
women into my life. From the Legacy Classic, having concerts, homecomings, and road 
trips to BW3's, basketball games, and sleepovers, you gals are my heart. I love y'all like 
sistahs! - Lori (Miss Extra) 

True friends are hard to come by! I am so thankful that I was able to spend four years 
with true friends. "Ride or Die Chicks!" - Kristi (I just can't stop dancing) 

I love you girls so much! Love, Peace, and Recycle! 
-Alita (Dear Momma/Dirty Dancing) 

True friends are like diamonds, precious and rare, fake friends are like autumn leaves, 
found everywhere. I have truly found my precious diamonds in each and every one of 
you ladies. I love you all so very much! Thank you for allowing me to find my true 
friends. -Kristen (Cheeeeeaty) 

Money might make me wealthy, but friends make you rich. I can't believe this is it. I love 
you girls! -Fawn (Happy Birthday Baby Jesus) 

Even though we are graduating I want you girls to remember: True friends are never 
apart, maybe in distance, but not in heart" I love you girls so much! -Brittany 
(Bzzzzzzzzz!) 

My sweet sisters, I'm so sad that we have to part but I want you eight beautifiil women to 
know you will always be in my heart. I love yall like I love greens.- Tiff (Dew Drop) 

No one can ask for a better group of girls to call friends, we offer things you can only 
find in the notorious nine! -Shayna (It doesn't matter!) 

We always thought we'd look back on our tears and laugh, but we never thought we'd 
look back on our laughter and cry. I love you girls. - Erica Dunn (Errrrrrrrk) 




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To a very special granddaughter, 

"Lori Elizabeth" 

We are very proud of you. We want you to always 

strive to be your best. Be all that you can be. 

Remember in whatever you do, 

Always put God First 

In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall 

direct thy Path. Prov. 3:6. 

We Love You! 

Granddad (Uncle Bill) and Go-Go 






To a wonderful daughter and sister, 

"Lori Elizabeth Lawson" 






Always know that you can do aD things through 
Christ who strengthens you. Phil.4:13 

' We are sooo proud of how you've grown into a 
sweet, beautihil, and intelligent young lady. 

We love you, 
Dad, Mom, and Will 





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Will Hartless 
Congratulations Will on a job well done. Now you can join the real 
world with a higher education (or maybe delay it a few more years)! 
Thanks for being an awesome cousin and an even better friend. The 
world is yours, so get out there and show them what you're made of!!!! 
Brooks 



Your vision, your passion, your drive are only matched by your results. 
You have made us the proudest parents. Continue to live your life to the 
fullest and enjoy every moment. 
We love you. 

Mom and Dad 

We are so proud of you and all that you have accomplished so far. You 
have worked hard and we want to wish you the very best that life has to 
offer. Keep dreaming and setting high goals and we know that you will 
meet them. You are one special grandson and we love you very much. 
Nannie and Granddaddy 

I'm proud of all you have achieved. Congratulations and good luck little 
brother. 
Aaron 

When we watched you in high school we weren't sure what you were 
going to do, but these past years of college have made us more proud 
than you will ever know. 

We love you. 
Grandma and Granddaddy Tom 

Hope you conquer all your goals. I wish you the best in life. 
Brian 



Good luck on continuing success! 





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/\kl»hi Nicok Wcud 

CofyiidJlu&iJtlDia, bahij gOia Yon kave, tauaimi fomed cud 

dedicdUd ijom shIam uicuj, m- meHtm wltdt^ "ohShckk " luu/e, bem, 

tUouin dttjouJ Torn faltttfu&m kai bnmglit you, uwrnj 

b&uiMgi atdijow am uma '^ be klwvi&vd uiitk imiy ume, btj 

IceepUy yom gmtfaitk! Na/m &uufGod m I-Iu ohiMij to 

b&ii yon u/itk ijowv kewitk deiOiA m maffkn, wltdtaivjom iwuj 

Imijow. You, am Cww&m-bowd, amnfija?! Wltenyow 

fimxttfe uegath/ity u (U umiy fo<mk, mmuhav Godi gotyom 

bade aidijowt, fauuAj U Item fot tjow too-!! 

Gmit^Love, Old God B&ii you, a&oayi, Baby GinM 





Daddy and Maua 



Tori, 

We have always known that you were a remarkable girl. 
As we reminisce by thumbing through the photo 
albums, it's difficult for us to accept that you have 
grown to be an extraordinary, independent young lady. 
Four years ago, as we packed you up for college, it 
seemed like it was only yesterday that you entered 
kindergarten. Now look at you, you have reached yet 
another milestone. 

Life is not a destination but a journey, a journey of self 
discovery. As you accept the good things life has to 
offer, you must also be prepared to accept life's 
challenges. Without challenges, you will never know the 
power of the Holy Spirit. Wherever you are, God is. As 
you travel life's highway, remember to always have faith 
in Almighty God and the abilities He has given you. 
Remember you can do all things through Christ who 
strengthens you. 
We Love You Now and Always, 

Mom and Pop (You know your Mom is crying) 





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Congratulations 

to 

Kiandra Michelle Jefferson 

WSSU Class of 2006 

You have grown into a lovely young woman. Though 

the road seemed hard at times and the friends were far 

and few, you didn't give up. From day one you've 

always had the potential to achieve, regardless of the 

obstacles. 

Success is believing you cannot fail and winners are 

bom when the going gets tough. YOU MADE IT! 

Nothing but the best is wished for you in all your 

future endeavors. 

We are so proud of you and thanks for keeping God in 

your life! Treasure the good times! 

We Love You, 

Mommy, Reggie, Tasha, Jamal, and Shamara 







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To Shana/ Ms. Blair, 

You've reached another plateau in your life and we 

are so very proud of you. We look back over the 

years and v^e can only give God the glory for how he 

has enabled you to be strong with such a 

determination to succeed. 

How can we forget the day we left you at W.S.S.U. 

on your own, so many miles away from home. Our 

little girl had turned into an adult, making her own 

choices and good ones I might add. Don't forget God 

brought you through every battle with victory. Now 

the real war begins. There is nothing you can't 

conquer. Don't let anyone tell you you can't make it. 

Keep that strong determination and ask God to 

direct your path. He will. We love you and our 

prayers will always be with you. 

Congratulations! 

Love, 
Mommy and Daddy 



Congratulations Jessica 

Mc Sween, 

On your liard worl< and 

determination put forth in 

aciiieving your degree. I^ay God 

continue to l<eep, strengthen and 

bless you as you continue on 

your Journey in life. We are very 

proud of you and your 

accomplishments. 

We love you, 

Dad, Mom, and Elaine 




To God Be The Glory For All That He Has Dooe!!!! 
Coogratulations l\le Riqoa 




Thank yoo for your dedication and determination 
You've set a standard for your 
Two sisters- Jamee' and lilyah 

Mommy and Daddy are so proud of you!!! 

May God continue to hiess you in your career! 



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To my Daughter Tiffany on her College Graduation, 

It seems like a heartbeat ago that I sat with you in my arms-- 

the day you were born and I cried at how beautiful you were. I 

promised you then that I would always be there for you, that I 

would always protect you, that I would always provide the 

best for you and that I would never let anything happen to 

you. This was a young single mother's prayer, a mother's oath, 

a mother's most fervent wish for her newborn daughter. Now 

here we are today, you're graduating from college. To God Be 

The Glory! 
Whatever is ahead of you, I know you will do it with grace 
and style. Just know that you have made me the proudest 
mother on the face of this earth. You've given me the honor 
and privilege to he able to say, my daughter is not a perfect 
person, but a perfect daughter! 

Congratulations to my baby, my daughter, my Princess. 

All of my love. 

Mommy 



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